Lets Help Beautify Caledon For Years To Come!

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Thinking that everyone that has contributed to the development, maintenance and improvement of the Caledon Rail Trail over the years should be loudly congratulated .  It is truly one of the most beautiful & defining assets of Caledon.  The volume of traffic on the Rail –Trail makes it an irrefutable fact about being a natural […]

Thank-you for a well conceived and organized candidates debate in Inglewood!

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There was much discussion about the burgeoning issues related to our lopsided domestic demographics. That is, the greatest of these is the exponential rise in the number of seniors who will reside in west Caledon! No single answer will likely cover all the issues regarding how we can create more affordable senior housing. Naturally some of […]

Repositioning the 60km Speed Limit Sign in Inglewood, ON.

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A True tip of the Hat to Eric, Doug & Barb !  Evidently without your assistance none of these small safety upgrade projects would have been accomplished. The implemented changes have resulted in a “notable difference” at which traffic now passes through the Northern fringes of our Village.   If someday in the future there was […]

Government Workers Strike Gold, Again! #GTA #ONPoli #LandUseON

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Once again provincial largesse has swelled the coffers of the thousand of government workers & those politically associated companies with tens of millions of tax payers money ! How many hundreds of millions of $ have been  squandered on multiple redundant G.T.A west corridor studies ?  The millions spent  finally concluded what an average high […]

2018 Pedestrian death rates tripled! #RoadSafetyStartsWithYou #PedestrianSafety

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This insanely morbid Gordie Howe hat-trick is nothing to be proud !  The City of Toronto must be willing to do something drastic to draw the public’s attention at large to this grisly daily reality. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/pedestrian-safety-campaign-toronto-police-1.4489300 In the wake of this spike, the Toronto Police have responded with a new Pedestrian Safety campaign “Road Safety  […]

Decades of Transport Promises, inching Closer to the Goal Line!

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/bids-are-in-to-transform-kipling-station-into-toronto-s-next-major-transit-hub-1.4380316 The province, the City of Toronto & the Federal government are promising that by 2019/2020 the new inter regional multi access transport hub at Kipling & Bloor will be a reality. T west end transport mecca will service Go Transit trains & buses,  Mi-Way buses, and TTC subways & buses.   This transport goliath will […]

Christmas Comes Early in Inglewood!

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Santa`s busy & determined little elves at Accurate Appraisals & Heritage Caledon Realty finally carried the day with delivering the long promised solar powered speed limit sign to the north end of Inglewood. This will greatly enhance the safety factor of traversing the Credit Valley Trail & the Trans Canada Great Trail. This will inevitably  […]

Taking Back the Streets ! 3 big Blocks of King street west, go pedestrian friendly !

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Yes,  It has happened!  Toronto takes another small step but a metaphorically another giant leap into making Toronto a World Class City. Factually, it is just as quick to walk from Liberty Village to Yonge Street as it is to ride the Red Rocket. This is a very sad testimony, especially if Toronto truly aspires to becoming […]