Articles from March, 2008

Parents - Free HSR is a No Brainer
Free transit is actually financially advantageous to one large group of Hamiltonians: parents.
by Thom Oommen
Published March 24, 2008 in Special Report: Transit (4 comments)

Eaton Centre Parkade: Parking Garage or Lifestyle Choice?
Whenever I turn down a street I've been away from for a while I'm presented with something in ruins.
by Mark Fenton
Published March 24, 2008 in Photo Essay (2 comments)

The Green Standard on User Fees
A look at three recent major environmental issues dealt with by council sheds some light on whether user pay is a principle or just a convenient debating tool.
by Don McLean
Published March 24, 2008 in Commentary (47 comments)

Do City Bikes Reduce Cars In Cities?
Once you get your first class city bike project in place and enough people start to use it, you begin to get a new metric for your city that places increased value on proximity and multi-modal mobility.
by Eric Britton
Published March 24, 2008 in Cover (2 comments)

Air Quality: Catching the Turkeys
Broad improvements produce underwhelming results, while replacing the really bad polluters is mandatory if we are serious about improving air quality.
by Ted Mitchell
Published March 24, 2008 in Ideas (0 comments)

Two Great Willies
Each in his own way, Willie O'Ree and Willie P. Bennett have made indelible stamps on the arenas in which they have passionately lived their lives.
by Kevin Somers
Published March 24, 2008 in Entertainment and Sports (0 comments)

War against Iran an Uncertain Future
An attack on Iran doesn't seem as certain as the war against Iraq always did. Public pressure combined with political courage could reverse seemingly determined war efforts.
by Ramzy Baroud
Published March 24, 2008 in US Politics (4 comments)

CBC in Hamilton Update
CBC Radio Hamilton is one step closer to reality with the latest Heritage Standing Committee report.
by Trey Shaughnessy
Published March 24, 2008 in Suburban Bureau (16 comments)

Social Housing in Ontario: Picking Up the Pieces
New provincial investments are a start, but certainly more will need to be done to protect Ontario's aging social housing stock.
by Tom Cooper
Published March 24, 2008 in Commentary (4 comments)

Burned
An accidental injury triggers a legal odyssey.
by Ben Bull
Published March 24, 2008 in Accidental Activist (2 comments)

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