Revisiting the Riverwalk discussion

Cover photo credit: spacing.ca/toronto/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2016/05/IMG_1373-002-600×445.jpg  Earlier, I wrote about the “Riverwalk” and my general sense of “Slogan fatigue.” I received a lot of feedback that tells me I didn’t convey my intended meaning very effectively.  I take ownership of that miscommunication. I did write it after all, who else would I blame? (KHAAAAAANNNNNN!!!!) I’d like to clarify … More Revisiting the Riverwalk discussion

The Riverwalk project, and the difference between jargon and ideas 

I won’t repeat  what I’ve already written about slogans, jargon and empty political promises, as I imagine you don’t care to read it again. Rather, this is to highlight the difference between a slogan (which signifies nothing) and a plan (which we need more of). It’s all about this: We’ve been promised a “Riverwalk” and … More The Riverwalk project, and the difference between jargon and ideas 

Tired of Provincial surprises? Where are the messengers?

This week, city council expressed frustration that Brampton won’t have a stop on the High Speed Rail route.  While I disagree that a Malton stop leaves Brampton off the route (…. It’s not Rail’s fault we haven’t integrated Malton/Pearson into our planning and zoning and have idiots who keep trying to put our downtown half … More Tired of Provincial surprises? Where are the messengers?