Peterborough Money Sense Ranking a Good News/Bad News Story

While Peterborough may have taken a hit in the new Money Sense Magazine “Best Places to Live” rankings this year — falling from 38th last year to 55th this year — there is a silver lining.

For those of us who walk and bike regularly, Peterborough is definitely moving up.  We’re currently sitting at 35th of 190 communities in terms of ability to walk or bike to work.

I chatted with the Peterborough Examiner’s Brendan Wedley about Peterborough’s status as a walkable/bikeable community.  You can find the article here.

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