Board'S ARCHIVE

  • We are looking for board members for both the summer and fall/winter terms. Just attend four meetings in a row and be appointed on to the board. Benefits: -great learning experience outside of formal post-secondary school -work towards social justice and environmental issues at a community and global level -meet like-minded people -learn organizational skills: […]

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  • Think you missed your chance to join our awesome board team? Our board application deadline has been extended to March 9th at noon! Gain skills and direct this organization to where you’d like it to head in the social and environmental justice world. Applications are available to download at tinyurl.com/opirgboard

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  • Are you interested in being part of directing the activities and vision of an environmental and social justice grassroots organization in Peterborough? Do you want to gain skills in governance, finances, policy, project management, being an employer and provincial networking? Join our board! To join, download and fill out your application kit today available below […]

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  • Our next board meeting is at on Sunday October 16 at 7pm. Come join us in the OPIRG office! 751 George Street North. We also have a new section with our board meeting minutes, annual reports and budgets. We are also recruiting a new board member. Come to our next board meeting to see what […]

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  • THE DEADLINE TO APPLY HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MARCH 1 at 5PM! DON’T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO JOIN THE BOARD! Do you care about environmental and social justice? Do you want our community and our world to be a more equitable place? If so, you should get involved with OPIRG! OPIRG is currently looking for […]

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Phone: 705-741-1208
Address: Room 102, Sadleir House
751 George Street N.
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 10-3

OPIRG-Peterborough recognizes that we work and are located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe (Ojibway). Originally named and known as Nogojiwanong (“place at the end of rapids”), the area was only renamed as Peterborough in the 19th century after being colonized by European settlers. No treaty was signed until 1923 when, after the theft of land had already occurred, the Williams Treaties were signed.