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I have lived in Kanata South since 2012. I’m a suburban resident opposed to more sprawl. We should focus on improving existing neighbourhoods, within the... more
Governments are preparing for the re-opening of businesses to kick start the economy. The calls for “shovel-ready” projects are already being heard loud and... more
The decision on expanding the urban boundary is the biggest decision city council will make this term. It will shape our future, impact our city services... more
Canada’s long-term care homes are ground zero when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic – claiming the dubious distinction of having the highest number of COVID... more
For more than two months Canadians have been cooped up and physically distancing to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Restrictions are gradually... more
WHAT I CONSIDERED ON MY WALK (a poem)
On the sidewalk toward him I’m walking fast.
He’s moving to take the boulevard track,
With a courteous nod of his head he... more
Where did the Canada-China FIPA come from?
Beginning in 1994, Canada and China engaged in mutual negotiations for a Foreign Investment Protection and Promotion... more
Canadians feel China has not come clean on the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic and the picture is quite clear if a new Angus Reid Institute survey points... more
While it might seem like a breath of fresh air for families locked down in the pandemic, sending kids back to school is fraught with many hurdles.
Limbo best... more
It’s estimated more than 100 thousand medical procedures and elective surgeries have been cancelled so hospitals can focus on COVID-19. For those in need of... more
The world’s game plan to “flatten the COVID-19 curve” was recently disrupted as political finger pointing and personal accusations emerged at international and... more
I have reflected before posting this article: Is the U.S. empire in jeopardy? It is freely available in Maclean's magazine, written by the former Canadian... more
Dear Minister Yurek,
I am writing to express my concern about the Government of Ontario's decision to temporarily exempt all ministries from the... more
On Wednesday April 8, 2020, City Council will hold a Virtual Council Meeting. At that time, a motion will be put forward for a vote;
This motion will give... more