Upcoming Events

  • September 10-16
  • Chocolate, Cheese and Activism is back! This free community networking meeting will create space for community members, organizations and activists to discuss our work and opportunities for future collaboration. Participants are invited to bring a snack for the group. We hope that you will join us! Friday, June 23rd, 12noon-2pm at Millennium Park (Display Room […]

  • Come out and support the final community gathering for Make Trent Safe for this academic year. Make Trent Safe will be presenting who we are, what we do, formally launching our responses to discrimination on campus, and celebrating our work with social justice music. Food will be provided. Venue includes a gender-neutral washroom and is […]

  • Cheers to 40 years of activism in the Peterborough community. OPIRG Peterborough is celebrating its 40th anniversary on April 8th at Sadleir House from 6pm-9pm. It is our pleasure to invite you to celebrate our rich, diverse, and important history with us. To celebrate, we’re doubling up our annual massive Free Market Giveaway during the […]

  • OPIRG Peterborough is holding its 2017 Annual General Meeting on Friday March 10.   This year’s venue of AGM will be the Gathering Space, Gzowski College at Trent University. Established in 1976 OPIRG Peterborough is a campus-based, community-oriented, non-profit organization committed to research, education and action on social justice and environmental issues. The Annual General […]

  • February 11-17

    Self Love Week 2017 aims to bring attention to your own well-being and happiness! While Valentine’s Day has it’s origin from legends of romance and celebrations of love, much of it is forgotten today, in a world where everything is commercialized. Many of us have forgotten the true meaning of loving another, as we forget […]

  • The Nogojiwanong Aspiring Allies Action Group is helping bring together Jumbo Wild. On February 9th at 7:00pm there will be a screening of the film Jumbo WIld, created by Nick Waggoner and Sweetgrass Productions. The film follows the Ktuanxa Nation’s resistance to the development of Jumbo Glacier Resorts, which if the project proceeds will see […]

  • An interfaith panel entitled “Religions versus Capitalism” will be held at Traill College to give participants an opportunity to reflect critically on how commercialize festivals and celebrations have become in contemporary times. This is an opportunity for people from all walks of faith to come together to find common ground and share values to guide […]

  • Looking for a gift or even items for your house and clothing for yourself come out to the free market give away. It will be a day where you do not have to pay anything for what you get. It is an all day even to come out and take a look. November 25, 10am […]

  • You are invited to a night of fun and insurrection. Come play a new kind of board game where you can rebel against the government and recreate a city over an 8 night period. There will be an introduction and explanation of the game before the rebellion starts. So come on out and bring your […]

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.