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Pamela Gough has strongly supported safe bicycling in Etobicoke as a school trustee; I strongly support her Ward 3 candidacy

David Juliusson of Long Branch, who I am pleased to say convinced me some time back to help out with social media efforts on behalf of Pamela Gough’s Ward 3 campaign, has shared an email in support of her campaign. Here’s an excerpt from David Juliusson’s comments, specifically about bicycling: Pamela Gough has also been […]

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Three Ward 3 Candidates – Pamela Gough, Iaian Davis, and Amber Morley – answer questions about cyclist and pedestrian safety

A previous post is entitled: In her third campaign item, Pamela Gough addresses pedestrian and cycling safety I recently received a copy of the Oct. 18, 2018 TCAT newsletter. TCAT is the acronym for the Toronto Centre for Active Transportation. Click here to access the Oct. 18, 2018 TCAT newsletter > Results of “Build the […]

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Montreal WW II hero honoured as Dutch town’s saviour: One-eyed soldier Léo Major single-handedly chased the Nazis from Zwolle in 1945 (CBC, May 21, 2018)

A May 21, 2018 CBC article is entitled: “Montreal WW II hero, largely unknown at home, honoured as Dutch town’s saviour: One-eyed soldier Léo Major single-handedly chased the Nazis from Zwolle in 1945.” An excerpt reads: Arsenault was killed early on in the mission, and in his grief and rage, Major decided to do something […]

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The Rio Olympics refugee team finally has its own flag, and an anthem – Aug. 13, 2016 Quartz article

An Aug. 13, 2016 Quartz article is entitled: “The Rio Olympics refugee team finally has its own flag, and an anthem.” The opening paragraphs (which include several links, which you can find through the link in the previous sentence) read: When they were selected to compete in the Rio 2016 Olympics, the competition’s first-ever refugee […]