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Dominion Seed House a Canada Heritage now gone ?

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StatsCan

Toronto, Canada

#1 Dec 2, 2008
Canada's farming population dwindling : StatsCan

10 min ago | Regina Leader Post

In less than one lifetime, Canada has moved from one in three Canadians living on a farm to one in 46,

a new Statistics Canada report says... Comment?

http://www.leaderpost.com/Canada+farming+popu...

Related Topix: North America, World News, Agriculture, Science, Saskatchewan, Canada, Regina, SK
Library Journal

Milton, Canada

#2 Dec 3, 2008
This book is a tribute to agriculture and the great diversity of practices and customs that surround it. Ableman, a California organic farmer, presents a photographic essay with 170 full-color photographs of farming practices in China, Kenya, Burundi, Italy, Peru, the American Southwest, and elsewhere. His photos include fields that rely on many different cropping practices, markets displaying an array of foods for interested buyers, urban plots, and plants grown in backyard gardens and pots. We catch a glimpse of people of all ages and many cultures involved in producing and selling food and their links with community and culture. The accompanying text offers Ableman's perspectives on the contrast between industrial agriculture, which uses heavy machinery and chemicals, and the labor-intensive, nonchemical approaches still used in most of the world. He urges us to understand the interconnections between our food, our health, our communities, and our environment for the sake of the planet's future. Recommended.
- Irwin Weintraub, Rutgers Univ. Lib., Piscataway, N.J.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Joan Robson

Milton, Canada

#3 Dec 20, 2008
lots of taxpayer spent over on that land
go green

Milton, Canada

#4 Dec 21, 2008
No roads or places for the kids
Acton Girl

Canada

#5 Dec 22, 2008
who is Joan Robson is that the Dunb one from the Glen
ask Joe he knows

Richmond Hill, Canada

#6 Dec 25, 2008
Development doesn't break any previous norms unlike

When it comes to development,

how much is too little ?

Residents of Burlington's Maple Avenue community are upset that councillors last week supported a development that broke all previous norms.

Planning jargon and rationale didn't appease them.

Except for Halton Regional Councillor John Taylor, councillors and the mayor supported a mammoth 186-unit condo development on the east side of Maple Avenue, on 0.58 hectares (1.4 acres) between Ontario Street and Maple Crossing Boulevard.

It will be 21 storeys, 224 feet high, with a two-storey podium, and two height changes (step-downs) at the 17th and ninth floors. This height will surpass the tallest buildings downtown now, with higher ceilings, and the larger number of storeys.

Residents said they accepted the principle of apartments, but were upset at concessions being granted. Height and traffic conflicts were the biggest issues...

http://www.thespec.com/article/482717

as the only neighbours to complain were already in the cemetary
multiplex projects

Richmond Hill, Canada

#7 Dec 26, 2008
http://www.mjtimes.sk.ca/index.cfm...

as a City's finance chief Joe Rinaldo set to retire

Nicole Macintyre 2008/12/23

(Dec 23, 2008)- Hamilton is losing another senior manager in less than a week...

http://www.thespec.com/article/485983
opportunity gone

Toronto, Canada

#8 Dec 27, 2008
the boy must play

Canada

#9 Dec 28, 2008
all gone
what Hardings hoped for

Toronto, Canada

#10 Jan 9, 2009
Millennium Development Corporation is an Official Supplier for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games as the developer of Millennium Water,...

http://www.millenniumdevelopment.com/images/b...

http://www.millenniumdevelopment.com/cityinth...
Oakville Senior Citizens

Toronto, Canada

#11 Feb 12, 2009
apparently your Marilyn & Regional & some local Councillors there prevented Apartment towers like ours in Central Georgetown on the Dominion Gardens & your newspaper editor knows the story

http://www.oakvilleseniors.com/

His 'daily living' made easier

http://www.thestar.com/HealthZone/Yourhealth/...
all gone now

Toronto, Canada

#12 Feb 26, 2009
The Dominion Seed House: A Georgetown Legacy

http://www.topix.com/forum/ca/halton-hills-on...
The Grand Trunk

Toronto, Canada

#13 Mar 1, 2009
1856 link to Pearson airport

TONY BOCK/TORONTO STAR

The former Grand Trunk Railway viaduct over the Humber River,

now used mostly by GO Transit and VIA Rail.

It will be on the route of the new airport rail link.

http://www.thestar.com/article/594727

What kind of investment pays dividends almost forever?

Solid infrastructure,

suggests one stop on a Spacing editor's rail- linked exploration ...
Mayor

Guelph, Canada

#14 Mar 1, 2009
Derick talking with himself as a second, third, forth, fifth and six person.

Yawn
two wombs

Canada

#15 Mar 1, 2009
MARQUETTE, Mich.–A northern Michigan woman with two wombs has given birth to twin daughters – one from each uterus.

Twenty-one-year-old Sarah Reinfelder's babies were delivered seven weeks premature Thursday by Caesarean section at Marquette General Hospital in the Upper Peninsula, The Mining Journal and WLUC-TV reported.

"I'm so excited," Reinfelder said after the twins were born. "I couldn't sleep at all ... I was just thinking about the girls and how I was so happy they were healthy because nobody really knew what to expect.''

Doctors said Kaylin Joy and Valerie Marie were healthy, and they and their mother were doing fine. Kaylin, who was delivered first, weighed 3 pounds, 15 ounces, and Valerie weighed 4 pounds, 15 ounces.

"It's phenomenal for us to have nice healthy babies," said Dr. Connie Hedmark, one of the physicians involved in the delivery. She and Dr. Breanna Pond performed two Caesarean sections for the births.

Reinfelder has a condition that is known as uterus didelphys, and doctors said such twin births are rare. The uteri are different sizes, with Valerie, the larger twin, born from the larger uterus.

The twins have similar risks as other premature babies, said neonatologist Julie Frei. She expects the twins, who don't have fully developed lung function, likely will be hospitalized for three or four weeks.

Reinfelder, along with her husband Shane and 10-month-old son William, are originally from Sault Ste. Marie. They had been living in Marquette for about two months to be close to the hospital.
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JC Sawhill

Toronto, Canada

#17 Oct 5, 2009
"In the end our society will be defined not only by what we create,
but by what we refuse to destroy"
cut trees return

Toronto, Canada

#18 Nov 12, 2009
Now, that's a Christmas tree!
Light Up the Hills organizers (from left) Lois Fraser, Fraser Direct Acton plant employee Jeff Goy, Gerry Kentner, Town of Halton Hills park technician Mark Taylor, Fraser Direct Acton facility manager Diane Chadwick and Marilyn Serjeantson, gathered around the newly-planted Colorado blue spruce in front of Acton Community Centre. The tree, donated by Fraser Direct, will be allowed to grow before being illuminated in a ceremony next year as the Light Up the Hills celebration extends across the town. This year’s event is set for 7 p.m. Dec. 1 at Dominion Gardens Park in which thousands of LED lights will light up the park.

Ted Brown photo

http://media.northpeel.topscms.com/images/c0/...
Reality is

Toronto, Canada

#19 Dec 18, 2009
The old Dominion Seed House - gone for a bunch of condo-townhouses.

Then again the old Barber Mill is looking like its being set for a tear down too making the only reference to the man who helped build Georgetown a street and a seedy bar...

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/...
economic development

Toronto, Canada

#20 Dec 22, 2009
should have read like Year of the Canadian entrepreneur

Full story: Canada.com

Copernicus Educational Products Inc. started out as a father-and-son project for George and Jim Phillips on the family farm in rural Arthur, Ont...

http://www.topix.com/forum/ca/arthur-on/TMMUT...

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