Civic Affairs

Municipal politics

Radical philosophy defended by fire

 

(Bust of Pythagoras, photo by Galilea at German Wikipedia.)

For once, a jam without the gag

 

(Leigh Bursey, left, and Tony Clement jam in the studio.)

Parkedale plan is 'off-road'

 

(A proposed alternate route to the Laurier Boulevard bike lanes, as submitted by Bob Valley.)

Tony Barnes gets the last word

 

(Tony Barnes speaks at the Aquatarium grand opening. Photo by Darcy Cheek)

Canada's virtuous cycle

 

 

(Refugee expert Mike Molloy, left, speaks to Ba Duong. RONALD ZAJAC/The Recorder and Times)

On the path to prosperity, we are more than sideways

 

(Ruth Mitchell stands in her former house in this September 2015 file photo.)

Filtering the details

It started out as a process debate.

The age of the professional festival

(Kim Buckley, of the entertainment management company The Works, speaks to city council while Wayne Van De Graaff, president of the company Absolute Lunacy, listens during a presentation on Tuesday.)

Why the ranked ballot won't be a Brockville thing

There are plenty of reasons to favour a ranked balloting system for Brockville, an option the province seems likely to offer in the near future.

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