Wednesday, June 26, 2019

THU, OCT 10 AT 8 PM Massey Hall presents Justin Rutledge at Mod Club


Does he not look like a young Tom Jones? 
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Tel: 6475705039

http://www.roberthilts.com
@roberthilts

http://www.junctioneer.ca
@junctioneer

elementary students Starts tomorrow resumes

First day of classes for all students is September 3, 2019
The last day of class for elementary students is June 25, 2020

Ecokit offers innovative, eco-friendly, techno-rich housing in a box

Ecokit offers innovative, eco-friendly, techno-rich housing in a box, Ecokit, the product of sisters Camilla and Pavla, is a house in a box— more or less. The manufacturing process involves each of the more than 4,000 parts to be designed and cut by a single-arm robot or programmed CNC machine.

After manufacturing, the flat pieces are boxed and loaded into a shipping container that is then delivered to the desired site.




https://inhabitat.com/ecokit-offers-innovative-eco-friendly-tech-rich-housing-in-a-box/

Experimental timber prototype champions sustainable modular housing for the masses

Experimental timber prototype champions sustainable modular housing for the masses


https://inhabitat.com/experimental-timber-prototype-champions-sustainable-modular-housing-for-the-masses/

Proposed bike lanes on Scarlett Rd






Cycling is one of the fastest growing transportation modes in Toronto. The City is working to make travel by bike safer and more inviting.
In 2019, the City of Toronto is proposing to install a physically separated bike lane (cycle track) along Scarlett Road from the Humber River to just north St. Clair Avenue at Bernice Crescent.

Reduced Vehicle Speeds

The separated bike lane design will require the reduction of traffic lanes, which will reduce vehicle speeds on Scarlett Road and improve safety.

Update

Transportation Services will seek Council authority to install this proposed cycling infrastructure on Scarlett Road (from Bernice Crescent to 105 metres south of Edenbridge Drive) at the June 27, 2019 Infrastructure and Environment Committee (IEC) meeting.
View IEC Agenda Item #IE6.12 including detailed reports under Background Information.
To speak at the June 27, IEC meeting, please contact the City’s Clerks Office at 416-397-4579 or iec@toronto.ca by 4:30 p.m. on June 26. For more information on this process, please visit Have Your Say!

THU, OCT 10 AT 8 PM Massey Hall presents Justin Rutledge at Mod Club

Does he not look like a young Tom Jones?  -- Tel: 6475705039 http://www.roberthilts.com @roberthilts http://www.junctioneer.ca @junctioneer ...