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Settlement reached regarding City of Toronto Official Plan Amendment (OPA) 320 – You can access text and PDF at this post

I subscribe to the Toronto Edition of the Novae Res Urbis (NRU) newsletter. That’s how I learned about the settlement, that is the topic of the current post. A subscription to the NRU newsletter is tremendously valuable for any person seeking to keep track of land-use planning issues in Toronto. I make a point of […]


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 […]


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 […]


I became a supporter of Pamela Gough in 2011, when she played a key role in ensuring that Parkview School, near the Long Branch Go station, stayed in public hands

I became a supporter of Pamela Gough in 2011, when she played a key role in ensuring that Parkview School, at 85 Forty First St. near the Long Branch Go station, stayed in public hands. In any such successful community self-organizing project, many people usually play a key role. That is the nature of such […]


Pamela Gough first became involved in political life in the 1980s, after moving to new home in South Etobicoke

In two previous posts, I feature brief video clips in which Pamela Gough describes how she first became involved, in the 1980s, in political life: Pamela Gough describes her start in politics. She won her first election by 20 votes! Pamela Gough (Ward 3 Councillor Candidate) describes her start in politics (Part 2) Here is a […]


Reminder: Ward 3 Town Hall Meeting – TONIGHT! 7:00 pm – Karen Kain School of the Arts, 60 Berl Ave (Royal York/Queensway area)

  The province on Ontario announced its public consultation on the elementary Health and Physical Education (Sex Ed) curriculum very quietly last week. Many people want to know background information on this hot topic as they prepare their points of view prior to the provincial consultation. Join me TONIGHT at Karen Kain School of the […]


Prose must be attributed, Globe and Mail headline writer asserts on April 25, 2016; meanwhile, plagiarist continues to write

Update A Dec. 6, 2016 Toronto Star article is entitled: “College of teachers finds Chris Spence guilty of professional misconduct: Former TDSB education director, accused of plagiarism, will now face penalty hearing.” [end]   You can access the April 25, 2016 Globe and Mail article here. It makes sense that, if a statement is made, the […]