Category Archives: Dundas

City Prohibits Parking along Public Roads to Increase Corporate Profits of the Hamilton Conservation Authority

(This article was originally published is September of 2017. It is still actual and pending a just solution. Unfortunately, our local politicians do not represent the best interest of the voters and taxpayers anymore.) Yesterday, I walked along one of … Continue reading

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Czech Health Minister calls on the media to stop fear mongering: This is an ordinary contagious disease.

At a press conference, Health Minister Adam Vojtěch and Education Minister Robert Plaga urge the media to stop spreading fear and panic. Minister Vojtěch’s appeal to the media is a turning point in the fight against the pandemic. By his … Continue reading

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Deer Hunt in “Conservation” Area Continues, While Access to Once Public Places and Facilities Disappears

The official justification for the annual deer hunt in Dundas Valley Conservation Area (DVCA) has been eliminated and compromised. The alleged deer overpopulation no longer exists and the so called “Nanfan Treaty” turned out to be a historical and legal … Continue reading

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Update 2 – Development and construction in environmentally sensitive parts of Dundas Valley

Deer in Dundas Valley Conservation Area. Photo: Lech Biegalski. (Click to enlarge) In response to my post, Protection of Dundas Valley Deer and Ecosystem Neglected by Officials, I have received an email from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Guelph District … Continue reading

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Protection of Dundas Valley Deer and Ecosystem Neglected by Officials

Dundas Valley Deer in the Spring. Pixel bending technique. Photo: Lech Biegalski (Click on the picture to see the 1200 x 800 pixels version. Click  HERE to see the 2400 x 1600 pixels version.) The white-tailed deer, a unique feature of Dundas Valley, deserve our … Continue reading

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Beautiful Dundas on a cold December morning…

Photo: Lech Biegalski You are welcome to keep and use this picture: View and download smaller version  (640 x 960 pixels) View and download larger version (1600 x 2400 pixels)

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Haudensaunee deer hunting in Dundas Valley – a “treaty right” or a fraud?

Part 1 “Nanfan Treaty” is a hoax. It is not a “treaty.” It is a fraudalent interpretation of historical facts and a legally invalid claim of “treaty rights.” Nanfan Treaty does not exist. Historically, the deed of land to the English King, made by … Continue reading

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