Articles from November, 2017

Autumn Leaves
What is death to the western sensibility but the ultimate assault on identity?
by Mark Fenton
Published November 30, 2017 in Photo Essay (0 comments)

Matt Nethersole: Acha Bacha
Nethersole acknowledges we're living in hyper-racialized times and that makes it imperative to humanize all people, including those with different gender identities, through theatre and art.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published November 30, 2017 in Healing Gaia (0 comments)

Province Punts on Hamilton's LRT Operations Request
Letter from Metrolinx leaves door open to having City operate LRT, but strongly argues against it.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 28, 2017 in Special Report: Light Rail (2 comments)

Canada is Still Part of the Climate Change Problem
Don't let Trump distract Canada from holding our own leadership to account for failure to act meaningfully on climate change.
by Michael Nabert
Published November 27, 2017 in Special Report: Climate Change (12 comments)

Subject to a 'Minor Variance': Your Delegation Has Been Received
If residents don't know enough about the City's planning process, it's because Council isn't interested in changing these processes to make them more accessible to everyone.
by Cameron Kroetsch
Published November 27, 2017 in Commentary (2 comments)

An Evening of Discussion on Violence Against Women
The Women's Centre of Halton and Grandmothers Advocacy Network are hosting three short films followed by discussion on Thursday, November 30.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published November 27, 2017 in Healing Gaia (0 comments)

Transport Trucks Do Not Belong in the City
We should not be deforming our communities and denying the potential for traffic calming, just so that a transport truck driver can save a couple of minutes shortcutting through the heart of the city.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 23, 2017 in Special Report: Walkable Streets (9 comments)

Traffic Calming Changes to Slip Lane at Queen and Aberdeen
A bumpout has been added on the north edge of the slip lane to discourage speeding into the slip lane, and the wedge of raised curb on the intersection side of the slip lane has been widened to create a neckdown for cars turning onto Queen.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 17, 2017 in Special Report: Walkable Streets (1 comment)

Creating a Permaculture Garden
A team of volunteers has begun the work of converting a backyard into a permaculture garden of perennial vegetables.
by Adam Chiaravalle
Published November 17, 2017 in Special Report: Climate Change (1 comment)

I AM Affected Campaign Follow-up
The hope is to undertake the process of healing settler and Indigenous relationships through public sharing, apology, and commemoration that acknowledge and redress past harms.
by Doreen Nicoll
Published November 17, 2017 in Healing Gaia (0 comments)

Review: Into the Woods at Drury Lane Theatre
This dynamic and delightful new production of the Stephen Sondheim classic is sure to please even the most discriminating of palates.
by Daniel Gariépy
Published November 17, 2017 in Reviews (0 comments)

Motion to Convert Queen to Two-Way Amid Regular Traffic Carnage
Councillor Whitehead's motion would refer the two-way conversion of Queen to the 2018 Capital Budget process.
by Ryan McGreal
Published November 08, 2017 in Special Report: Walkable Streets (10 comments)

Southwest Ontario Bike Summit
Representatives from several southwest Ontario municipalities got together in London to share ideas on how to promote cycling.
by Kevin Love
Published November 02, 2017 in Special Report: Cycling (0 comments)

Tuck: 'Remove Incompetent Management Team'
ATU 107 president calls for a change in management for the HSR to deal with the high rates of illness, injury and burnout behind the crisis of absenteeism and missed bus routes.
by Eric Tuck
Published November 02, 2017 in Special Report: Transit (6 comments)

Article Archives

Events Calendar

Recent Articles

Article Archives

Blog Archives

Site Tools

Feeds