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Update on the St. John's Bike Task Force

Progress continues on the Task Force's mandate to suggest how St. John's can be more cyclist-friendly. Dave shares a few steps (pedals?) taken already.
Written by Dave Lane at 11:42

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Budget Fallout: The City Has a Role To Play

The budget just laid down by our provincial government is cause for serious concern. Like all of us, I’ve been thinking a lot about what this means, and my heart goes out to my friends, family, and neighbours as we wrap our minds around how our lives will change.
Written by Dave Lane at 10:40

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All Hail Our Economic Saviour During Hard Times: The Small Business

The headlines are starting to drive a growing fear: we’re in the bust after the boom. The party’s over. The jig is up. It was good while it lasted, but the good times are coming to an end. Sigh.
Written by Dave Lane at 10:40

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The Next Phase of St. John’s Heritage Preservation

Two recent demolitions of impressive historic properties — the Salvation Army buildings on Springdale Street and the Quinnipiac on Winter Place — have shocked and distressed heritage advocates.
Written by Dave Lane at 10:40

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We Can Save Richmond Cottage Together

This is not a sentence to demolition, it's an opportunity to find a new owner for this incredible heritage property.
Written by Dave Lane at 10:40

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