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via The World in Ten Blocks, part IV: Take one final stroll around one of Canada's most diverse neighbourhoods - The Globe and Mail
I’ve lived in the same co-op apartment building since the spring of 2010. There have been times over the years when I’ve been frustrated with where I live, but nothing quite like this past week. I live in a co-op in Ward 6 in Toronto. I’m fortunate to live in a wheelchair accessible apartment that […]… Continue reading Accessible Apartment elevators down 3 times this week in Etobicoke — Sit Down, Fight Back
"Ecolab will file the necessary documentation prior to the regulation deadlines. We have initiated a process that meets the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) framework to comply with this regulation. This includes establishing compliance requirements for our direct suppliers regarding conflict minerals, implementing controls and reporting, undertaking appropriate sourcing efforts, and providing our… Continue reading For some reason i am reading this “Conflict Minerals Policy | Ecolab”
via City finds buyer for old broom factory | The Kingston Whig-Standard City of Kingston has been out looking for an architect to redesign the old broom factory which recently narrowly escaped being torn down. Yay, for Laura Murray and others for dedication to heritage. I agree it needed saving. At first i was annoyed… Continue reading Connecting the Dots: design, heritage, and the art of saving the past.
via disabilityheard | reporting from k town in ontario canada turtle island at the causeway