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The following submission has been received in response to Taxi News’ February 9th opinion column on changes to the Taxi and Limo Conditions of Permit at Pearson International Airport by the Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA). ***** From: Fabrice de
In writing “Pandemic Panic,” co-author Christine Van Geyn notes,” We have observed a phenomenon of the surreal, sometimes inane, often unprecedented and unusual public health measures taken over the roughly three-year pandemic period being ‘memory holed’, where the mind completely
This week, Dan McTeague’s energy update is in video format. As president of Canadians For Affordable Energy, McTeague discusses a quiet beginning to the new year with gas prices having decreased across much of Canada. However, that will soon change
COP28 announcements will devastate Canada’s economy by Dan McTeague The 28th UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) wrapped up in Dubai in December. That the two-week conference, whose object is to discuss the global phase-out of fossil fuels, is being held in
Individual autonomy gradually being replaced by collective authoritarianism Before you read further, I recommend you read these books: For Your Own Good: The Anti-Smoking Crusade and the Tyranny of Public Health, Jacob Sullum Slow Burn: The Great American Antismoking Scam
Gowling WLG – Wendy J. Wagner Historical background Unlike the United States, Canada was not created by a unilateral declaration of independence from the colonial occupation of England. There was no “Canadian revolution” or other similar act that dramatically gave birth to
I had always loved driving, and mom once told me the only car seat she could put me in where I wouldn’t cry was one with a steering wheel. I, of course, have no memory of this. I started driving taxi not thinking of it as a start to a trucking career. Instead, I just figured it would do until “something better comes along.” It would be nine years of “making do” before I made the jump to being a full-time truck driver.
My test drive with Roach’s was with one of their big commercial customers, mainly to see how I’d treat the vehicle on rough roads. The owner’s brother was the road tester, meaning, of course, that I was gentle with the car.
Pots of soup, plates of food by Donna Laframboise Part 1: It Was a Prison At six o’clock each morning, when Sandra opened the tent and began cooking breakfast outdoors on a windy Ottawa street, she encountered the same two homeless