Monthly Archives: October 2015

6 deaths, 3,500 homes damaged or destroyed

October 28, 2015

  Hurricane Patricia also left thousands of hectares of crop damage Six people died, an estimated 3,500 homes were damaged or destroyed and as many as 25,000 hectares of crops have been affected by Hurricane Patricia after it struck the coast of Jalisco just after 6:00pm Friday.   Six deaths have been attributed to the […]

Masked voting not an issue for these Cambridge residents

October 19, 2015

Masked voting Richard Vivian, Times Staff Tommy and Lucy Vann voted during the Oct. 19 federal election wearing face coverings. Cambridge Times ByRichard Vivian CAMBRIDGE – In an act of protest, Cambridge residents Tommy and Lucy Vann donned masks before heading into a Preston polling station this evening (Oct. 19). Theirs wasn’t a comment on […]

Council’s den of snakes put their interests ahead of voters: Ranked balloting gets shot down before it even had a chance.

October 4, 2015

Graham Hughes / The Canadian Press Ranked ballots have been hailed as a way to make municipal elections more democratic. By: Royson James Toronto Politics, Published on Fri Oct 02 2015 The last and only time we’ve seen Councillor Justin Di Ciano do anything remotely useful was Wednesday at city hall. He introduced the Blue […]

City’s sports multiplex debacle by Paul Langan

October 1, 2015

Cambridge Times CAMBRIDGE- The city of Cambridge desperately needs a sports complex that meets the needs of the citizens now and in the future. Tragically, the proposed plan falls short on both accounts. Even though I know that the location of the complex, and what it will consist of is a done deal, I still […]