Though his previous run-ins with Vinca (Periwinkle’s street name) had not ended well, Phlox still managed to grab the evergreen perennial and swing him around.
Working at the Ottawa Street BIA is a new, memory-filled journey for me. As a kid, I would go through the world of fabrics with my mom. We’d search for that perfect pattern and fabric to complete my latest sewing masterpiece. One year, with my mom’s help of course, it was pajama sacks which becameRead more
Sometime last year, just as the cold weather set in, a new shop opened inconspicuously on Ottawa Street North called Crown Point Sandwich. I confess, I have had more than one sandwich there, and my best intentions to provide a review failed as the sandwich has not, until now, survived long enough for the obligatoryRead more
During the daylight hours they are virtually invisible. They sleep under porches, in sheds, garages and other sheltered areas. They are abandoned and feral cats that live in our neighbourhoods. They come out in the early morning and evening hours to find food, often visiting places where they’ve been fed before. You will know whoRead more
Students are back from March Break, and spring is days away. This has been a long winter, with many snow days. I sympathize with parents who have had to adjust schedules, find alternative child care, and who have been inconvenienced when schools have closed for student and staff safety. We will be re-examining our inclementRead more
HSR has struggled for years with virtually no growth, but could look down the highway to the transit innovations of another older Ontario city that is making giant strides. By utilizing multiple methods Kingston has jumped its bus ridership by 80 percent in just five years.
One can’t appreciate the genius of Stanley Kubrick on the small screen. His films are larger than life and so must be the presentation. On the silver screen, Kubrick’s films are a captivating and absorbing experience so it is terrific for Kubrick fans that the Playhouse Cinema on Sherman Street North is currently hosting aRead more
March had arrived with a blast of high winds and bitter cold–but the new tropical greenhouse at Gage Park was having none of it. Opening the door brings a welcome feeling of warmth and spaciousness. The foyer area is a long, conventional hallway that shares a glass wall with the tropical greenhouse. During public events,Read more
The Owner of Hamilton’s First Laneway House Discovers that City Hall Rhetoric Is Meaningless as City Charges Full Development Charges and Parkland Fees. Full Story: Hamilton City Hall Wins Legal Battle to Charge Full Development Charges Against Laneway HousingRead more
New Village Retirement Residence End of Summer OPEN HOUSE bash. Guided Tours Draws Refreshments First time resident discount 490 Hwy 8, Stoney Creek
New Village Retirement Residence End of Summer OPEN HOUSE bash.
490 Hwy 8, Stoney Creek
(Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
New Village Retirement Residence
490 Highway 8
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