Monthly Archives: May 2012
Here is an article in the Kingston Whig-Standard on the subject of the painting, Emperor Haute Couture, a nude picture of Stephen Harper which was part of the Kingston Arts Council’s 11th annual Juried Art Salon and attracted national attention. People … Continue reading
A great day for the community to see the vehicles and learn about the services provided by the City of Kingston Public Works at their Open House on May 26.
Visiting local International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Workshop on Hazardous Materials for First Responders at the Fire Station on Gore Road
This evening I talked online for two hours with over 50 researchers and we generated about 200 comments from across Canada. I hope it was useful to all participants and that they came away with some ideas on how we … Continue reading
In a time when it seems that politics is polarized beyond belief, I’m happy to say that I actually do share a few key beliefs with small “c” conservatives. I believe in spending money wisely and frugally.
MP Ted Hsu invites Canadian researchers to join him in a Facebook Townhall Meeting dedicated to discussing funding for basic research in Canada.
After my initial press release questioning the cost-rationale for closing Kingston Penitentiary and the Regional Treatment Centre, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews responded in the Kingston Whig-Standard showing surprise at the numbers. Today in the Whig-Standard, I explained exactly where … Continue reading
This is my original press release in response to the government’s claim that Kingston Penitentiary is being closed in part as a cost savings measure. Vic Toews has issued a response today in the Kingston Whig Standard, which I will follow … Continue reading