In The News – 2008/08/11


Local, regional, national, and international. Whatever catches my attention and interests me. Updated throughout the day!

Disclaimer: I regret that I can only ensure the validity of these links at the time that the articles are published. The (unscrupulous?) practise of some media outlets to subsequently redirect links to advertisements is completely out of my control and beyond my capacity to monitor.


Brunswick Hotel demolition permit sought
Countdown to pesticide bylaw’s launch
Curtailment of bottled water sales on tap
Lead pipe replacement program
Police Media Releases


Province stalls while cities await relief
Public impatience with e-car dithering


Bottled water is a foolish purchase in Canada


Georgia forced to sing ‘Back in the U.S.S.R.’



3 Responses to “In The News – 2008/08/11”

  1. picard102 Says:

    Western media is buying into Georgia’s propaganda lock stock and barrel.

  2. fowgre Says:

    Not taking sides, but I’ve never been comfortable since an ex-KGB-head took over the reigns of the struggling democracy … it’s hard enough trying to assess what goes on here much less over there.

  3. John Leschinski Says:

    I think too many people lived through the height of the red scare to be objective about it.

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