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Links related to coastal erosion due to sea level rise in Prince Edward Island

Recently I’ve checked out some links related to coastal erosion due to sea level rise in Prince Edward Island. For your interest, a selection of the links includes: http://shipsforcanada.ca/our-stories/understanding-sea-level-rise-and-coastal-erosion http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2016/12/09/climate-change-and-p-e-i-s-slow-disappearance/ https://www.thestar.com/business/2015/11/14/prince-edward-island-coastal-real-estate-and-the-impact-of-climate-change.html http://projects.upei.ca/climate/2014/06/09/is-your-coastal-property-at-risk-from-rising-sea-levels-and-coastal-erosion/ https://www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/adam-fenech-peis-rising-sea-levels http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/victoria-by-the-sea-shoreline-1.2700789 Lidar imaging technology Some of the … Continue reading

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Mindfulness class helped women not men: this is a Brown University research conclusion where caveats apply

I have recently posted the following tweet: Mindfulness class helped women not men – This is a research conclusion where caveats apply https://news.brown.edu/articles/2017/04/meditation via @BrownUniversity Having posted the tweet, I will at this post offer a more extensive commentary. As … Continue reading

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MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj (Etobicoke Centre) spoke most eloquently at the April 19, 2017 GTAA Air Traffic Noise meeting

A previous post is entitled: Message from Lakeshore Planning Council regarding air traffic noise in Markland Woods, Alderwood, and Long Branch I attended part of the April 19, 2017 Community Environment and Noise Advisory Committee (CENAC) meeting at the GTAA … Continue reading

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We have a question regarding archives, files, photos, etc. regarding MCHS grad Peter Parsons

The following message is concerned with an Malcolm Campbell High School (MCHS) 2015 page entitled: Students and Staff Who Have Passed Away We have the following question at the MCHS Grads Facebook page: Louise Gaudette writes: “I am sorry to … Continue reading

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Message from Lakeshore Planning Council regarding air traffic noise in Markland Wood, Alderwood, and Long Branch

The Lakeshore Planning Council has on April 19, 2017 shared the following message: We signed in for the Community Environment and Noise Advisory Committee (CENAC) meeting this evening [April 19, 2017] and obtained the following information. (1) Use of the … Continue reading

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Tactics, strategy, and logistics drive the management of organized violence

When we speak of military leadership we are speaking of the management of organized violence. A random thought, that has occurred to me, concerns the inter-connectedness of all things. What follows are some additional, accumulated random thoughts. Vladimir Putin and … Continue reading

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The context is the content

This post concerns three books: The Moth, First Edition (2014) Mr. Putin: Operative in the Kremlin (2015) Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets, First U.S. Edition. (2016) Each of these books focuses – with a high level of skill … Continue reading

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Smoke Signals (1998) is adapted from a short story in The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven (1994)

I have an interest in learning about the First Nations history of Long Branch (Toronto not New Jersey). The human story of the area, where I have lived for 20 years,┬ábegan about 10,000 years ago when Palaeo-Indian nomadic hunters first … Continue reading

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Noise complaints regarding increased aircraft traffic Alderwood, Long Branch, and Markland Wood; meeting on April 19, 2017

Updates Please refer to more recent posts: Message from Lakeshore Planning Council regarding air traffic noise in Markland Wood, Alderwood, and Long Branch MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj (Etobicoke Centre) spoke most eloquently at the April 19, 2017 GTAA Air Traffic Noise … Continue reading

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Toronto Preservation Board to consider designation of the historic Blue Goose Public House (Windsor House) in Mimico on April 20, 2017

The following information is from a person who is a source of reliable information: The Toronto Preservation Board will consider the designation of the historic Blue Goose Public House in Mimico at its meeting on April 20, 2017. The link … Continue reading

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