MY16 Sorento SX - FP3Q - Silver

KIA Awarded First Place Honours

When we bought Peterborough Kia in 2006, we were impressed by many aspects of the brand, especially the quality.  Kia was an up and coming force to be reckoned with and we wanted to be a part of that growth. Peterborough Kia’s growth has mirrored Kia Canada’s growth since day one.  In 2015 we have


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To Incorporate or Not to Incorporate?

That is a big question with no simple answer.  As a lawyer I am asked this frequently and I always answer by asking more questions, before giving my answer to the specific people and business involved.  Incorporating a small business is generally a good idea when the business is making profits and there are potential

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100 Teddy Bears Donated to Comfort Children in Times of Crisis or Need

The Kawartha-Haliburton Children’s Aid Society (KHCAS) and Peterborough Police Service met downtown today to accept 100 plush stuffed teddy bears, kindly donated by Steve Daynes, General Manager of Level A Professional Group and The Staffing Connection. Jennifer Wilson, Executive Director of the Kawartha-Haliburton Children’s Aid Society commented, “On behalf of everyone at KHCAS, I thank

Pets & Vets

Dog waiting at the front door

The Doorbell Rings…

The doorbell rings, but before you can get to it, your dog is there before you, jumping and barking. It is hard to get the door open more than a crack because if he doesn’t escape he’ll be all over the person at the door. Does this remind you of your dog? There is a


Snowmobile in winter forest

Snowmobiling & the Law in Cottage Country

Now that Winter has finally arrived in cottage country it is time to think snow.  To get around and have fun in heavy snow and ice conditions snowmobiles are very popular and practical.  We are blessed with trails and forests and lakes for snowmobiling.  Before you hit the trail be aware of the legal requirements



International Films Big in Peterborough

In 1998, the Peterborough Museum & Archives partnered with the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Circuit Group to present The Red Violin, a film written by François Girard and Canadian, Don McKellar.  It was a great film (it won an Academy Award for “Best Music, Original Score” and was nominated for a number of other


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