We will be entering in this race and we are looking for some riders, if you are interested please call 705-432-8654
This trend is feeding a new form of inequality – between wealthy city-dwellers and low-income earners living on the fringes, a theme explored by University of Toronto social work professor David Hulchanski in his 2010 study The Three Cities Within Toronto: Income Polarization Among Toronto’s Neighbourhoods. Unable to afford million-dollar downtown homes, these buyers are forced into cars, putting undue strain on the road network. That has both an environmental cost – among wealthy countries, Canada is second only to the United States in per-capita carbon emissions from transport – and a financial price.
See Barry McKenna’s full article here
This is an excerpt from the new Port Perry Secondary Plan, the whole document can be viewed here
Nancy Loraine is a passionate believer in the power of people to change and grow in new and exciting ways. Come and learn how she is making change possible in the most astonishing ways and places!
The New Northbook online version has been active for a little while now, but we have just received the print version. We will be delivering throughout the communities we serve over the next couple of weeks, if you want a supply please let us know, we’ll make sure you are on our delivery list!
The Garden of Eatin opening day is Saturday May 24th at St. Pauls Leaskdale, from 10-1 p.m. To volunteer or for any additional information contact Ann Watson 705-432-8654 or email email@example.com Students may be interested in obtaining volunteer hours!