I was fortunate enough to join some neighbours on air this morning with Robin at CBC Morning. I was rather alarmed when it became apparent that it was the same panel as last January, and that they had checked out our comments from then, and were going to quizz us on how things changed. What on earth had I said back then? Heck, I can’t remember what I said two minutes ago ! This link might work should you have 15 minutes idle time: http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2687682347 http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2687682347 Continue reading Pondering the LeBreton decision
For those of you with high pain thresholds, or who want to hear more than they can read here, I’ll be a short clip on CBC evening news tonight and on CBC Morning right after the 7.00am news, passing judgement … Continue reading More than you want to hear …
Councillor Rick Chiarelli was on the radio yesterday, being the only member of planning committee to vote against a “no parking provided” building. He predicted overloaded adjacent streets, complaining neighbours, and suggested there is too much wishful thinking on the … Continue reading Is a “no parking” building sane?
The new sub-floor is completely laid on the bedroom level. And level it is! With a good base to work from, the new partition walls were quickly installed. They are in the same places as the old original walls. While … Continue reading Monday House, part viii, rooms take shape
I continue to be curious about how much / little parking a stadium or arena can get away with. The shuttle parking at Lansdowne seems to work well, although I dunno if it runs for non-sport events. And that large … Continue reading Stadium / Arena parking revisited
It’s hard to get the City to consider washrooms for even a few of the new LRT stations. Probably because the planners are always close to a Tim Horton’s whilst driving their cars. Sometimes people suggest there could be a … Continue reading Transit Station Spas ??
Older houses from the early 1900’s were made up of numerous small rooms, each with doors, that could be closed off from the hall or other rooms, probably to conserve heating and avoid drafts. This is definitely what most people … Continue reading Monday House, part vii, Dramatic changes