Monthly Archives: October 2014

Christie Lake Conservation Area must retain its character

Commercialization “We have to pay our bills”, is the answer. Last summer, a poster was placed near the entrance to the Christie Lake Conservation Area informing the users that access to the area surrounding the beach and beach pavilions was to … Continue reading

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The School Board Trustee race is on!

I would like to welcome our candidates for the school trustee position, Dr. Bob Maton and Greg Van Geffen. This position is especially close to my heart. For 30 years, I have worked as a full-time and fully qualified teacher, first in Poland, … Continue reading

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Update – Arlene does have a program

Today, I have found in my mailbox a brochure restating some of Arlene Vanderbeek’s experience and past achievements in serving Dundas. This brochure also contains (on page 1) a list of Arlene’s goals and commitments – a “things to do” list in … Continue reading

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To Danya Scime, Toby Yull and Rick Court

Thank you for your meaningful replies. I must admit that Rick has surprised me with his positive response to my harsh criticism. I judged him by the way he came across on his website. I sincerely hope that I was … Continue reading

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My October 27 Municipal Election Choices for Dundas

For some strange reason, it is believed that public endorsement of political candidates in local media is inappropriate. I don’t know why and, frankly, I don’t care. I happen to support the view that people should openly share their opinions about … Continue reading

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The “Nanfan Treaty” – legal considerations

Part 3 – (Last updated on October 18, 2014) Is the “Nanfan Treaty” legally valid? Does the 1701 “Conveyance of lands by the Native American Chiefs of the Five Nations” constitute a valid treaty between the Crown and the Indians? Do the … Continue reading

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Gas Prices around Dundas, Ontario

“As of this morning, gas prices around Dundas have dropped by an average of 12%. This is a result of a drop in global oil prices to a 47-month low. The global price of oil now stands at $84 per … Continue reading

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Blood Moon in Dundas Valley

Lunar Eclipse, October 8, 2014, around 5:30 a.m.: Picture taken from the hill near the main entrance to the DVCA at 650 Governor’s Road (Photo: L. Biegalski)

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