Friday May 17
Pearce: Ruling over Ont. wind farm does more to confuse
Many a battle over rural resources and farm development has been waged between rural neighbours in the past 15 years -- ranging from legal challenges surrounding hog barn constructions to the development of gravel pits beneath arable land.
Sat May 11, 2013
Buildings get historic designation
Stepping from the porch and into the parlor of Dr. John Azar's home is like stepping into Lafayette as it was in the days before World War I. You'll be in a parlor, for a start.
Thu May 09, 2013
The Hill Times
Tory backbencher says feds want to control costs, not interfere with...
The federal Cabinet wants to take control over collective bargaining at the CBC to rein in the cost of wages and pension plans for unionized employees, not out of a desire to interfere politically with the Crown corporation's independence as Canada's national public broadcaster, says government backbencher Ryan Leef.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Hill Times
'Harper Government' brand on 522 government news releases since...
Federal public servants in the media branches of more than two dozen government agencies and departments have used the term 'Harper Government' to announce federal funding, tax breaks, and a range of government handouts and projects in more than 500 news releases since last December.
Oshawa talks accessibility with residents
Oshawa Accessibility Advisory Committee. Oshawa Accessibility Advisory Committee member, Cyndie Sproul, introduced an educational video that she did with the City of Oshawa about service animals in public places.
Tue May 07, 2013
Christopher Cross, Gary Wright among "Sail Rock 2013" performers
Christopher Cross , Orleans , Gary Wright and Firefall , among others, will take on the "Sail Rock 2013" tour, reminiscing with fans over hits from the late '70s and early '80s. The soft-rock trek will begin July 5 in Chautauqua, NY, and venture through 10 North American cities.
Mon May 06, 2013
Dutch flag raising gives Ontario MPPs plenty of opportunities to snipe at one another
No, I don't mean yours truly, but more the throng of Members of Provincial Parliament who crowded around a flagpole in front of Queen's Park Monday morning to hoist the tricolor flag of the Netherlands, in honour of Dutch Heritage Month.
Something Else! Reviews
'Might be a big career': It all changes for the...
Early musical collaborator Glen Silverthorn remembers the moment Rick Danko began his journey toward membership in the Band, though his friend eventually had to make the switch from guitar to bass.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
New look proposed for downtown Beaverton
A draft streetscape plan for the downtown core was back up for discussion Monday night during a special Brock Township planning committee meeting at Beaverton Town Hall.
What Front Street used to look like in Toronto
As Toronto's southernmost east/west thoroughfare prior to major infill efforts in the early part of the 20th century, it's not surprising that Front Street has been home to some of the city's most important buildings, at least a few of which remain to this day.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
The Toronto Star
Justin Trudeau: Five things Americans are being told about Liberal leader
Perhaps the most influential newspaper in the United States, the New York Times, has published a story about newly-chosen Liberal Party of Canada leader Justin Trudeau .