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Why is “Know Your Zone” a SCAM ?

 Why is the Snow Parking Ban a SCAM?

The biggest reason the Know Your Zone parking Ban is a  SCAM is because in the vast majority of Winnipeg the organization of the traffic is totally inefficient: Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on December 17, 2015 in Letters to the Editor, PROV. vs CITY ??!, Provincial Issues, Winnipeg Issues

 

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Good money after Bad…Of course !

The Editor
Winnipeg Free Press

Dear sir,
Everyone knows the phrase- “Throwing good money after bad” and City Hall and The Province are continuing with the so-called Rapid Transit boondoggle with even more obvious waste of public resources.
The existing Bus Road from Queen Elizabeth Way through the Ft. Rouge Yards… NO! that is not “Rapid Transit”. It is a road dedicated to 1950s style diesel powered buses…has already needed serious repairs and has cost an enormous amount in plowing and sanding and salting. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on January 26, 2013 in Letters to the Editor, PROV. vs CITY ??!, Provincial Issues, Uncategorized, Winnipeg Issues

 

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Winnipeg Transit – Rapid or Vapid?


Winnipeg is entering the Forefront of Rapid Transit,  BUT unfortunately that ‘forefornt’ is from 1950.

Winnipeggers, convinced that they might wait forever for a politician/leader to bring real modern 21st Century Rapid Transit to Winnipeg have swallowed the credo:

“Better SOMETHING NOW than waiting even longer” Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on March 20, 2012 in Provincial Issues, Winnipeg Issues

 

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No Paucity of Irony!

The Editor
Winnipeg Free Press

Dear sir:

Finally a politician calling for rail re-location in Winnipeg. Yes, Pat Martin, NDP federal MP is calling for re-location of the CP rail yards. In his recent speech, Martin connected the demise of the centre city, and the exploding sprawl of Winnipeg, with a “paucity of leadership” at City Hall. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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