Monthly Archives: March 2012
Thursday at 4 pm, you can watch along with Members of Parliament as Conservative finance minister Jim Flaherty unveils his 2012 budget. To watch online, go to cpac.ca I have been working hard to prepare for this budget. Like many … Continue reading
Sunday March 25 marked the annual India-Canada Association Heritage Day celebration. An absolutely fabulous yearly event in Kingston and the Islands.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS! Nomination deadline EXTENDED to May 15, 2012 Jubilee Nomination Form February 6, 2012 marked the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne. To commemorate this historic occasion Canada created the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond … Continue reading
On Sunday March 18, Ted spoke to the participants of SWITCH’s Green Profit Conference and Exhibition. He also spent time speaking with individuals in attendance. More photos from this event taken by volunteers for SWITCH are available on Flikr here. … Continue reading
First published in Kingston This Week and EMC, March 2012 Finding cures for deadly diseases, understanding weather patterns, protecting our rivers and lakes, slowing the pace of climate change — it all starts with science. Long before I was an … Continue reading
Ted tours KGH’s Human Mobility Research Centre and the Gastrointestinal Diseases Research Unit. Seen in first picture below is Paul St. John (Researcher), Leslee Thompson (CEO) and Ted Hsu in the Computer Aided Surgery Research Laboratory. … Continue reading
Tuesdays at 6pm and Wednesdays at 12:30 catch The LOCAL View with Ted Hsu. This month’s episode is about Cement 2020, a Lafarge initiative to find fuel solutions for making cement. The show also highlights local green initiatives by Burt’s … Continue reading
First published in Kingston This Week and EMC, March, 2012 Recently the Conservative government rushed through a bill that will add 30 new MPs to the House of Commons. While claiming this was necessary to maintain the democratic goal of … Continue reading
Ted gives the Canadian Flag to the new charter Lions Club at Queens University. Receiving the flag is the newly installed president of the Lions Club Hilary Hung.
Published first in EMC and Kingston This Week, February 2012 Because it’s not practical for 34 million Canadians to talk to the Prime Minister, you elect a member of Parliament to bring your concerns to your government. But when the … Continue reading