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Lakeview Waterfront Update from Credit Valley Conservation

Click here to access a May 31, 2018 Lakeview Waterfront Update from CVC > The opening text for the CVC message reads: We’re making great progress towards creating our new 26-hectare conservation area on the Mississauga waterfront. Learn more about the Lakeview Waterfront Connection Project Update. [End] Commentary I have, as I have noted at […]

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Hidden Amongst Us: Architectural Portraits of Leaside’s Canada Wire and Cable Company Homes – May 11, 2018 to May 13, 2018; 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Hidden Amongst Us: Architectural Portraits of Leaside’s Canada Wire and Cable Company Homes Leaside Matters, in association with architectural photographer Vik Pahwa, invite you to discover the “big bang” of the Town of Leaside. In 1913 Canada Wire and Cable Company was not only the first industry in Leaside, but also the first company to […]

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TRCA 2018 Report Card for Etobicoke Creek refers to ‘limited and often outdated stormwater management infrastructure’

Toronto and Region Conservation has issued eleven Report Cards for watersheds under its jurisdiction. Click here to access the 2018 TRCA Report Card for Etobicoke Creek > Click here to access the other TRCA 2018 Watershed Report Cards > Click here for previous posts at Preserved Stories website regarding Etobicoke Creek > Below is a screenshot of […]

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Statement from Credit Valley Conservation on the passing of City of Mississauga and Region of Peel Councillor Jim Tovey

Please note: A more recent post is entitled: Online video of Jan. 17, 2018 Tribute to Councillor Jim Tovey at City of Mississauga Council Chambers View Statement from Credit Valley Conservation in browser Click here for previous posts about Jim Tovey > Statement from Credit Valley Conservation on the Passing of City of Mississauga and […]

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Reusing Fill as a Resource to Bring Nature Back to the Waterfront: Oct. 26, 2017 message from Credit Valley Conversations

I’ve recently received an email message from Credit Valley Conservations; the headline and opening paragraphs are posted below. Click here for previous posts about Credit Valley Conservation > To access the email as a link, click here. Reusing Fill as a Resource to Bring Nature Back to the Waterfront Posted on October 26, 2017 in […]

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Put your money in Conservation Authority Flood Management Programs and it will be well-spent – May 10, 2017 Credit Valley Conservation post

Updates A Nov. 18, 2016 Water Canada article is entitled: “Evaluating Long-Term Performance From Low Impact Development Practices.” A July 12, 2017 CBC article is entitled: Don’t drain the swamp: report says wetlands help avert flood damage: Study says leaving wetlands in their natural state can help protect communities from severe flooding.”   [End] A […]

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Heritage Mississauga celebrates milestone anniversaries at The Credits, Heritage Mississauga Awards – Nov. 10, 2016, Lakeshore Convention Centre

Heritage Mississauga celebrates milestone anniversaries at The Credits, Heritage Mississauga Awards * On Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016 at the Lakeshore Convention Centre * Congratulations to . . . . Sheridan Nurseries Streetsville Legion Branch 139 Port Credit Yacht Club Rotary Club of Mississauga Lakeshore Longos Cooksville Legion Branch 582 Don Rowing Club Mississauga Board of […]

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On July 12, 2016 Toronto City Council Agenda: Investigation report regarding conduct of Ward 6 Councillor Mark Grimes

An Investigation Report Regarding Conduct of Councillor Mark Grimes is on the Agenda for the July 12, 2016 meeting of the City of Toronto Council. You can access details here. An excerpt from the above-noted link reads: Investigation Report Regarding Conduct of Councillor Mark Grimes City Council Decision City Council on July 12, 13, 14 and […]

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Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada – June 6, 2016 CBC report

A June 6, 2016 CBC article is entitled: “Ancient bison fossils offer hints about 1st humans in southern Canada.” The subhead reads: “Ice-free corridor through Alberta became habitable, opened to travel 13,000 to 13,400 years ago.” As well, a June 9, 2016 talk at Lambton House (doors open at 7:00 pm) is entitled: “Exploring the […]