Blog Entries from September, 2009

Update to Comments Page: View Comments with Highest Scores by Ryan McGreal, published September 30, 2009 in Site Notes (3 comments)

New Feature: Text Colour Fades on Down-Voted Comments by Ryan McGreal, published September 29, 2009 in Site Notes (51 comments)

Province: City Could Have Submitted Affordable Housing Projects Separately by Jason Leach, published September 29, 2009 in Connaught (5 comments)

NY Times Keeps Head in Sand on Peak Oil by Ryan McGreal, published September 29, 2009 in Peak Oil (6 comments)

Be My Brother by Michelle Martin, published September 29, 2009 in Arts (2 comments)

Police: Crime Data Not Available for 'Several Years' by Ryan McGreal, published September 29, 2009 in Open City (4 comments)

Comment Deadline for Carcinogenic Pollution Standards is Tomorrow by Adrian Duyzer, published September 28, 2009 in Environment (1 comment)

Consultant Report: Up is Down by Jason Leach, published September 28, 2009 in Sprawl (5 comments)

Innovative Cycling Incentive by Ben Bull, published September 26, 2009 in Humour (1 comment)

Cooke: Paying Property Tax is for Suckers by Ryan McGreal, published September 26, 2009 in Politics (10 comments)

Motion by Bratina to Study Connaught Proposal Very Carefully by Ryan McGreal, published September 25, 2009 in Connaught (11 comments)

Small Price for New Life at Old Spectator Building by Jason Leach, published September 25, 2009 in Transportation (18 comments)

Copenhagen Demonstrates Cycling Incentives that Work by Ben Bull, published September 25, 2009 in Transportation (10 comments)

City Crime Data by Ward, Month, Neighbourhood and Crime Type by Ryan McGreal, published September 24, 2009 in Open City (11 comments)

Vancouver Developers Roll Out Public Data Apps by Ryan McGreal, published September 22, 2009 in Open City (2 comments)

The Star's Bias Against Cyclists by Chris Ariens, published September 22, 2009 in Media (13 comments)

Transcript of Radio Interview with Scott Thompson by Ryan McGreal, published September 21, 2009 in Media (76 comments)

Spec Poll Fans Flames of Sensationalism by Ryan McGreal, published September 21, 2009 in Media (6 comments)

Connaught RFP Process Already Tainted by Staff Omissions by Mary Louise Pigott, published September 19, 2009 in Connaught (23 comments)

Connaught Update: Council Votes to Defer Decision by Jason Leach, published September 16, 2009 in Connaught (43 comments)

Connaught Movement Suggests Need for a Citizen Action Platform by Ryan McGreal, published September 16, 2009 in Activism (26 comments)

The Market for Sprawl: Houston's "Free Market" Sprawl Isn't by Ryan McGreal, published September 16, 2009 in Sprawl (11 comments)

42 Storey Condo, No Parking by Ben Bull, published September 16, 2009 in Revitalization (14 comments)

Council Should Repossess the Connaught by Ryan McGreal, published September 16, 2009 in Connaught (13 comments)

HPD Appeals Big Box Rezoning to OMB by Ryan McGreal, published September 15, 2009 in Aerotropolis (11 comments)

Making Downtown a Ghetto Won't Attract 'All Kinds of People' by Jason Leach, published September 10, 2009 in Connaught (123 comments)

Consuming Information is the Antithesis to Learning by Michael Borrelli, published September 09, 2009 in Philosophy (3 comments)

City Recommends Connaught for Affordable Housing Program by Jason Leach, published September 04, 2009 in Connaught (53 comments)

Strange Priorities in Downtown Bylaw Enforcement by Jason Leach, published September 04, 2009 in Revitalization (12 comments)

Warning: Do Not Operate Heavy Machinery After Reading these Letters by Ryan McGreal, published September 03, 2009 in Media (11 comments)

Market Failure on Contractor Reliability Suggests Opportunity by Ryan McGreal, published September 03, 2009 in Business (9 comments)

A Call for Calm on Our Roads by Ben Bull, published September 02, 2009 in Transportation (6 comments)

Cargo Cult Urbanism by Ryan McGreal, published September 01, 2009 in Revitalization (9 comments)

More Transportation Improvements by Jason Leach, published September 01, 2009 in Transportation (6 comments)

Jobs No Longer Bundled in Bunches of 500 by Nicholas Kevlahan, published September 01, 2009 in Revitalization (6 comments)

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