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Trustee Pamela Gough invites you to attend Ward Forum on Feb. 3, 2015, 7:00 pm regarding Jan. 15, 2015 Review of TDSB

The following message concerning the Jan. 15, 2015 Review of the Toronto District School Board, which has been discussed at previous posts at this website, is from TDSB Ward 3 Trustee Pamela Gough’s office. The Ward Forum will also discuss the proposed TDSB budget for 2015-2016. I became involved with local community self-organizing, in Long […]


Conclusion from the Jan. 15, 2015 Review of the Toronto District School Board worth a close read

I have discussed the Jan. 15, 2015 Review of the Toronto District School Board in previous posts. You can access the review here: Review of the Toronto District School Board Previous posts include: “Trustees mistrusted within schools”: TDSB governance review – Jan. 15, 2015 CBC article Message from Trustee Pamela Gough regarding Jan. 15, 2015 […]


Dec. 6, 2014 Lakeshore Santa Claus Parade began with marshalling at Birmingham St. & Dwight Ave. before 9:00 am

I’ve attended many Lakeshore Santa Claus parades over the past couple of decades and retain vivid and enjoyable memories from each of them. Every year we learn and experience something new and different. I’ve reported on the 2012 and 2013 parades in previous posts: Enjoyed Dec. 1, 2012 Santa Claus Parade in Long Branch (in […]


Can the term neoliberalism be turned into a useful analytic tool?

Given my interest in how language interacts with perception, I enjoyed reading an overview, in Status Update (2013), of the history of neoliberalism. Boas and Gans-Morse (2009) In her discussion of neoliberalism in Status Update (2013), Alice E. Marwick cites a 2009 journal article by Taylor C. Boas and Jordan Gans-Morse entitled Neo liberalism: From New Liberal Philosophy to Anti-Liberal Slogan. The source is: […]


I strongly support the Ontario Liberals because of their work on behalf of early childhood education – and because they ensured Parkview School remains in public hands

I strongly support Peter Milczyn in the Etobicoke-Lakeshore byelection. I strongly support the legacy of Laurel Broten, who served for 10 years as the MPP for Etobicoke-Lakeshore serving in many important key positions. Having spent many years working with very young children and later as an elementary school teacher, I’m aware of research such as […]


Rhetoric of heritage preservation

Update: A Feb. 21, 2014 New Yorker article is entitled: “Why is academic writing so academic?” [End of update]   We can speak of rhetoric from a variety of perspectives. Rhetoric is a great topic for academic study. By way of example, early in his career Marshall McLuhan developed expertise in rhetoric as a field of […]