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How close is a dollar store?

Is the new standard for a city the answer to:  how close is a dollar store?  Wow!  Knowing that a dollar store is around the corner is enough to get anyone out of bed an hour earlier in the morning. … Continue reading

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Hamilton Must Focus on Using the Land It Has Instead of Wanting an “Aerotropolis”

Cities in southern Ontario, especially the so-called “golden” horseshoe (looking more like a “tarnished” horseshoe these days) must get over their addiction to more, more and more land.  Case in point, The City of Hamilton wishes to chew up farmland … Continue reading

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Interests of a City Come First

It is encouraging when a taxpayer is able to cut through nonsense and succinctly tell it like it is.  Mr. David Hugman does that here regarding proposed boundary adjustments in Brantford and Brant County. The interests of a municipality come … Continue reading

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Development Where Development is Needed

Why is a proposal to build a Canadian Superstore being considered at the corner of Wayne Gretzky Parkway and Henry Street in Brantford, Ontario when the Loblaw Companies Limited has not rehabilitated its property (the former Canadian Tire) at the corner of … Continue reading

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