A Canadian Tesla Tour -5th Electric Week: Moose Jaw to Yorkton SK

Check out this trip last year by people my friends James and Brooke met while they took their Model X across Canada. Source: 5th Electric Week: Moose Jaw to Yorkton SK ... Read More

SaskPower Is Going To Miss Target

March 16, 2017 Dear Editor, People should be asking how SaskPower intends to meet the 50% renewable electricity by 2030 target set by the Premier over a year ago. Since that announcement, a 350 MegaWatt (MW) natural gas burning plant... Read More

Sights in Hawai’i

Last month I went with Jeri to Hawaii for a long-planned, pre-booked vacation. I wouldn’t have intentionally gone to Trump America, it just worked out that way. I had planned on spending a day at Pearl Harbor, but did in... Read More

STC Bus Service Couldn’t Survive the SaskParty

This news makes me so mad and disappointed. The future of Saskatchewan got a little more bleak today. “What are the core services that people expect from government – and it is not necessarily a bus company,” Finance Minister Kevin... Read More

Sustainable Fossil Fuel Myths

I think the Fossil Fuel industry isn’t going to manage to sustain their myths. They say things that a kid with a 5th grade education should figure out are not true. Burning natural gas is not sustainable. It’s a fossil... Read More

Sudbury Events Centre Should Drive Creative Class Economy

A 2.2% property taxes increase to support a facility that’s forecast to lose between $600,000 and $850,000 a year – that’s what Greater Sudburians might be asked to shell out to replace our ailing Sudbury Community Arena.  The experts seem... Read More

SaskParty Math Rivals SaskPower’s

This is a [big] problem. SaskPower says "Our current goal is to add 60 MW of utility-scale solar generation by 2021." Take it in context… — Saskboy (@saskboy) March 12, 2017 3. A year ago Premier Wall & SaskPower promised... Read More

Trudeau’s Second Face Speaks Up For Big Oil

The Prime Minister caught a lot of heat for speaking the truth the other month about shutting down the Tar Sands. Then, predictably after furious backpedaling, he let the other side of his face speak about what the Liberals will... Read More

Up Is Down, Left Is Right, Idiots in Government

These are examples of why the US and Canada cannot have nice things. We’ve idiots in government. Who put them there? Was it voters, or people with even more direct influence like Donald Trump and Stephen Harper? Like having a... Read More

2017 Tobacco Company Ad-buy For YouTube

I would take the plain packaging ad circulating more seriously, if it wasn't funded by Japan Tobacco International. #canpoli — Lucas Kuffner (@lucaskuffner) February 27, 2017 My YouTube viewing on TV was interrupted by an ad. I uncharacteristically watched it... Read More

The Great Backyard Bird Count.

This week the annual bird count is taking place and although I am not someone who goes out specifically to “bird watch” I have been keeping a closer eye on our bird feeders this week. I also took the time... Read More

Car Free in Sudbury, Day 18 – Making Connections with my Community

Sudbury has been buried in several inches of snow – maybe even several feet. I don’t know – I’m from the metric generation. What I do know is that a lot of snow came down this weekend – throughout the... Read More

Car Free in Sudbury, Day 18 – Making Connections with my Community

Sudbury has been buried in several inches of snow – maybe even several feet. I don’t know – I’m from the metric generation. What I do know is that a lot of snow came down this weekend – throughout the... Read More

Car Free in Sudbury, Day 18 – Making Connections with my Community

Sudbury has been buried in several inches of snow – maybe even several feet. I don’t know – I’m from the metric generation. What I do know is that a lot of snow came down this weekend – throughout the... Read More

U-Pass A Roaring Success

*takes a slight bow* Success of U-Pass brings changes to Regina's transit system https://t.co/mYprbKZTwA #yqrcc — Craig Baird (@CraigBaird) February 16, 2017 Now we have to order buses. Now! .@CraigBaird If #YQRcc @CityofRegina @astevensward3 @JoelMurrayWard6 don't order buses now, won't... Read More

U-Pass A Roaring Success

*takes a slight bow* Success of U-Pass brings changes to Regina's transit system https://t.co/mYprbKZTwA #yqrcc — Craig Baird (@CraigBaird) February 16, 2017 Now we have to order buses. Now! .@CraigBaird If #YQRcc @CityofRegina @astevensward3 @JoelMurrayWard6 don't order buses now, won't... Read More

U-Pass A Roaring Success

*takes a slight bow* Success of U-Pass brings changes to Regina's transit system https://t.co/mYprbKZTwA #yqrcc — Craig Baird (@CraigBaird) February 16, 2017 Now we have to order buses. Now! .@CraigBaird If #YQRcc @CityofRegina @astevensward3 @JoelMurrayWard6 don't order buses now, won't... Read More

Planning for an Uncertain Future

Recently the 2016 population figures have been released and although the overall population in Grey Bruce has increased by 1% to 3% some communities, including the City of Owen Sound have declined. Given that the details of age, work, income... Read More

Think Again About All Growth Being Good

Oh no!  The Census is out, and Northern Ontario is losing population!  Heads are scratched and teeth are gnashed.  Hands are held out – demanding more money from senior levels of government so that we can do something, anything.  We’ve... Read More

Township of Chatsworth Strategic Plan "Roundtable"

The following was received from the Chatsworth Taxpayers For a Safe and Healthy Environment and is reproduced here as a community service. I note that the location of the “Community Cafe” Strategic Planning Meeting HAS been moved from the Fire... Read More