As many of you may know, Peter Jawarski has hosted the Liberty Summer Seminars at his parents property near Orono, north east of Toronto. One of the highlights was the home cooked meals prepared by Peter's parents and their friends. Last year the Health Department told them they would have to order in 'properly prepared' food, since their kitchen hadn't been approved. After the Seminars, the municipality of Clarington charged them with contravening the zoning bylaw. The property wasn't zoned for convetions. The maximum penalty is $50,000.
This is a surprise, for whatever the real reasons, the wind farms off the shore of the Scarborough bluffs are cancelled according to this article in the Star. Pressure from Wind Concerns Ontario may have had some impact, but it might be because of costs (likely) or the fact they don't work that well.
Imagine what it must be like to be a Green Energy company in Ontario today. There is an election looming in the fall, the Liberals are in trouble, there are doubts that they will survive, and they are fully committed to forcing the Green Energy Act (GEA) with all its provisions down everyone’s throat.
Ally is running a number of commercials these days using kids to show how much better they are than the other banks. I particularly like the "Ègg Management Fee" commercial. The tag line is "Even kids know it's wrong to take other people's stuff."
Maybe this should be our tag line. Even voters should know it`s wrong to take other people`s stuff. If you wouldn`t do it, why do you let your elected REPRESENTATIVE do it for you?