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Terra Cotta Conservation Area well worth a visit during Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival (March 10 – April 8, 2018)

Some time back, I described a family visit to the Limehouse Conservation Area: Limehouse Conservation Area a great place to visit on a warm, sunny day in September More recently, we visited the Terra Cotta Conservation Area in Halton Hills for its Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival (March 10 – April 8, 2018). The event features: Live entertainment Demonstrations Maple […]

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Hansard excerpt (1) – Canadian Environmental Law Association presentation at Oct. 17, 2017 OMB Reform hearing

This post features an excerpt from the Hansard transcript of the Oct. 17, 2017 hearing at Queen’s Park regarding Bill 139. My notes of the above-noted hearing are featured at a previous post entitled: Oakville mayor, Mississauga deputy city solicitor, and former Toronto chief planner speak out at Oct. 17, 2017 OMB Review hearing In the text […]

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Indigenous creations, hoarded for years by the federal government, get an audience at last (Toronto Star, Sept. 24, 2017)

A Sept. 24, 2017 Toronto Star article is entitled: “An Indigenous art stash, nudged into the light: Indigenous creations, hoarded for years by the federal government, get an audience at last.” The article notes: “raise a flag: works from the Indigenous Art Collection,” the inaugural exhibition of OCAD University’s OnSite Gallery, 199 Richmond St. West, […]

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Heritage York’s SPECIAL and Up-coming Events at Lambton House

The following message is from Lambton House, whose volunteer work in celebration of local history (including local history, in the past largely neglected, and/or vastly distorted, in settler-society accounts) related to the First Nations peoples of Canada) I strongly support: Attached file: Geraldine Moodie vignette 30 Sep 17 SATURDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER – Geraldine Moodie Vignette […]

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‘Ready Made Farms..On Virgin Soil..For British Farmers’ – tweet from Paul Seesequasis

The image is from a late August 2017 tweet from Paul Seesequasis‏ @paulseesequa who writes: ‘Ready Made Farms..On Virgin Soil..For British Farmers’ I have posted the image because one of my current projects, related to local history, involves learning about Canadian (including Canadian Indigenous) history, and about the history of the British empire, from a […]