Articles from May, 2020

Bike Share Vote a Destructive, Senseless Act Fueled by Spiteful Politics
On full display, this Council term is contempt for those calling for a new kind of politics and reordering of public priorities to make Hamilton more resilient and equitable.
by Maureen Wilson
Published May 29, 2020 in Special Report: Cycling (1 comment)

Bike Share a Victim of Anti-Urban Identity Politics
Strategy only makes sense if we're all trying to build on our common values and interests, and the zero-sum politics of resentment are antithetical to common values.
by Ryan McGreal
Published May 28, 2020 in Special Report: Cycling (1 comment)

Precarity in a Pandemic
CERB and other emergency pandemic responses have demonstrated the inadequacy of the social assistance status quo.
by Karl Andrus
Published May 27, 2020 in Special Report: COVID-19 (0 comments)

Sobi: Speaking Volumes about Mobility and Transportation
As we contemplate decisions around safe travel during this ongoing pandemic people will need more options to get to work safely and sustainably.
by Cameron Kroetsch
Published May 22, 2020 in Special Report: Cycling (2 comments)

Under the Watchful Eye of Queen Victoria
With humour and a gentle smile, Glen invited us to consider the burden of our country's history. He will be missed.
by William Guyatt
Published May 22, 2020 in People (0 comments)

We Need Compassion and Patience With Homeless Encampments
This pandemic will continue to shine a light on all of the fractured social issues that existed prior to the pandemic. It is up to us to decide how we respond.
by Jill Wiwcharuk
Published May 12, 2020 in Special Report: COVID-19 (1 comment)

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