In light of the recent discoveries in British Columbia and Saskatchewan, and in solidarity and respect for Indigenous neighbours, on Canada Day I encourage all residents to take this time to reflect on our relationships — both past and present — with Indigenous Peoples, and to move forward with reconciliation in our hearts, minds and actions.
Early Friday evening as I was driving west on Cameron Street, my purse fell off the hood of my car.
Resident: I would like to lend my support to the growing concern around the substantial traffic hazard which the residents of Thorah Park Boulevard, Maple Beach Road and Cedarhurst Beach Road continue to face.
We have been following The Brock Voice reports surrounding the troubled happenings at Allan’s Place in Cannington with great interest, as Durham Region is proposing to create a 40 to 50 unit supportive housing facility in Beaverton to house people with the same disruptive characteristic as the five to seven people who are causing all types of negative havoc at Allan’s Place
I am very concerned and agonize over serious trauma and deaths due to motor vehicle accidents on area roads but I really feel it is inappropriate to have roadside memorials placed at the scene of accidents.
May 4th is International Firefighters’ Day. On this day, we recognize the extraordinary courage and commitment of the women and men, past and present, in the fire service.
At Monday’s council meeting we received a petition from the residents of Allan’s Place desperately looking for help.
In the midst of the third wave, we are at a critical point of the COVID-19 pandemic.
I guess this is what happens when mediocre decision-makers on council operate in disregard of professional advice and recommendations.
If your sons or daughters were at the skate park Wednesday (April 7) night, please give them a high five!