A Unique Sighting!

Saturday, January 23, 2021


In 1962 Naturalist Rachel Carson penned some of the earliest warnings about the consequences of ubiquitous spraying of herbicides. “The fact that every meal we eat carries its load of chlorinated hydrocarbons is the inevitable consequence of the almost universal spraying or dusting of agricultura...

Acting in an Altruistic Manner

Wednesday, January 13, 2021


Ontario is nearing 4,000 new COVID-19 cases per day with growth accelerating and reaching over 7% on the worst days. Daily mortality rates are expected to increase from 50 to 100 deaths per day between now and the end of February. See the government’s projections here: Update on COVID-19 Pr...

2021 Roadways Outlook

Thursday, January 7, 2021


Regrettably sometime in 2022, Caledon will have 2 less regional councilors. This loss in representation might present an excellent opportunity to show the electorate why your vote truly counts! Perhaps this is the time to stand up and be counted regarding the very poor condition of our regional r...

Lots Available at 1220 and 1224 Fisher Ave, Burlington

Tuesday, December 15, 2020


Santa Delivers Big Time, Just in Time for Christmas! The City of Burlington has just created 2 superb building lots 50’ by 175’ on mature forested lots minutes from the Go Station. Live in luxurious surroundings by visiting the land Chosen by Chief Joseph Brant and build the house of your dreams!...

Caledon Winter Wonderland Coming Soon!

Monday, December 7, 2020


Let it snow…while we skate! It is official… there is a skating rink in the works in Inglewood! A huge thank you goes out to the Caledon Town Council for going above and beyond to acknowledge the need for enhanced outdoor winter amenities throughout Caledon. Surely, having to remain pr...

A Day of Infamy!

Saturday, December 5, 2020


A Day of Infamy! Nearly 80 years ago, FDR referenced these words highlighting the historic nature of the attack on Pearl harbour on December 7th, 1941. Citizens of Caledon should likewise mark this day in their Civic Calendar. Once again, Provincial Transport Authorities veto-ed Town Council reco...

Mask Wearing Works!

Monday, November 30, 2020


As daily virus deaths approach grim records know that masks work ! Tara Parker Pope of the New York Times wrote that it is time to make your mask work better. Succinctly put she said, “If you like your two layer mask, you can just wear it over a surgical mask.” This combo should stop ...

When Hope & History Rhyme

Saturday, November 21, 2020


History will unquestionably record how deeply our mettle will be tested over the coming months, in our war with C 19. This deadly contagion will continue to belittle all remedial and provincial challengers until there is an acknowledged and instituted national health agenda. While we wait, we mus...

Crystalizing Capital Gains

Tuesday, November 17, 2020


Few can debate that these are the most uncertain of times. Wherever one looks around there is discernable political derision, growing economic inequality and most importantly we are in the middle of an unprecedented health crisis. The million dollar question remains how and where do we go from he...

Community Safety Zones in Caledon!

Friday, November 6, 2020


All citizens of the realm inevitably become richer with the introduction of safety zones in their communities. Not only do our roads last longer, the air becomes cleaner, vehicle noise is drastically reduced – and most importantly, people are able to safely return to using our streets for l...

Acts of Kindness!

Saturday, October 24, 2020


Acts of Kindness! During these most uncertain of times, do remember that being kind is the noblest of virtues. Presently, there are many amongst us that have been disadvantaged by the effects of the COVID-19 Quarantine. When one loses his or her sense of positivity in the present, it can be refre...

The Game of Chess & COVID-19’s 2nd Wave!

Wednesday, September 16, 2020


The Game of Chess & COVID-19’s 2nd Wave! According to legend, the mathematician who invented the world renowned game of chess asked for a single grain of rice on the first square, as a reward, and twice as many on each successive square. This geometric progression resulted in demonstrating th...

Home Sales Jump 84% in June over May!

Thursday, July 30, 2020


The hot summer of 2020 has brought spurts of frenetic buying activity through locationally preferred pockets of the G.T.A. Strategically priced & staged homes have been generating multiple offers. Most of which are being presented on a set future date. There is no question that the idle sprin...

Burlington Tackles Mental Health by Welcoming 1 and All to her Parklands!

Tuesday, June 16, 2020


“Active Burlington” addressing healthy living, including mental health issues exacerbated by COVID-19, is slowly becoming a reality. Most of Burlington’s 50+ parks have now opened. Please keep in mind that some park facilities remain closed. The city has hundreds of interconnect...

RBC Approves Marcus Kormann; A.A.C.I, P App, P.G.C.V

Friday, May 22, 2020


Accurate Appraisals’ new commercial head has recently been approved for RBC & CIBC most exclusive commercial appraisal lists. It greatly compliments many of the other conservation, financial & municipal authorities, for whom he has provided professional service. This professional ac...

The Burlington Bullet & it’s Consequences!

Wednesday, May 13, 2020


Sometime last week, the O.P.P arrested someone going nearly 200 km over the posted speed limit on the Q.E.W. Yes, you read that correctly, the driver was moving > 300 KM. Can this bizarre behavior be a consequence of being quarantined for 2 months, or just irrational arrogance? This remains o...

The Art of Giving Back

Friday, April 24, 2020


The art of giving back is relevant now more than ever; there is no better time than the present to find a local organization that provides assistance to those in need. While humans around the globe are facing the fear of Covid-19, some are struggling more than others, as they do not have access t...

Earth Day 2020!

Wednesday, April 22, 2020


Happy Earth Day! A big shout out to all our fellow humans around the globe. Earth Day is a reminder to protect your planet, and to do what you can to encourage it to keep flourishing with resources. It is about remembering that, while it is the responsibility of the Earth to support humanity, it ...

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Yours to Discover!

Tuesday, August 27, 2019


Canada’s Largest Rib Fest! The Rotary Club of Burlington unequivocally walks the walk, as this weekend they are hosting Canada’s largest, yet most inclusive, Rib Fest celebration. The event will be hosted in bucolic Spencer Park on the shores of Lake Ontario this Labour Day weekend...

Mardi Gras Doppelgangers & Emblematic Ambassadors for International Women’s Day

Friday, March 1, 2019


While at Harvard, Cecilia Payne was credited by Otto Sturve with writing the most brilliant PhD thesis ever written. That thesis involved explaining the hypothesis that the stars primary elements are helium and hydrogen. Some 25 years later she subsequently became Harvard’s first female professor...

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