Council's Public Works Committee voted to move to public consultation on a proposal to make Kenilworth Avenue more pedestrian and community friendly, while maintaining the "functional" role of the street as link between the Kenilworth Access mountain access route and the QEW via Burlington Street.
This post was originally published on February 19, 2012 on JoeyColeman.ca
Thursday evening, one of the Hamilton police ACTION teams interrupted their dinner at The Baltimore House to break-up what they thought was a drug deal in progress. What looked like a drug deal turned out to be one youth tagging a building with two friends blocking them from view. A citizen in The Baltimore House took a picture of the officer’s yellow jackets and posted it to Twitter. The focus – that officers interrupted their dinner to stop a crime in progress. In the background the police officers are involved with suspects.
An academic study lead by a University of Waterloo graduate student shows the implementation of powered stretcher and load systems significantly decreases stretcher-related musculoskeletal injuries among paramedics, and the increased costs of power stretchers can be expected to be fully recovered over a seven-year period.