August 5, 2011
Port Burwell will become a hub of activity later this month as the Elgin Military Museum and Bayham prepare to welcome HMCS Ojibwa to its new home before the snow flies. via Port Burwell readies for sub – St. Thomas Times-Journal – Ontario, CA.
July 29, 2011
After training generations of Canadian submariners, a proud warrior is on her way to a new life as car parts or razor blades. via TheSpec – Naval vessel towed through Hamilton en route to sub….
July 20, 2011
I gave in. I hauled the air conditioner from its tomb of dust and linen, pushed its ass through an open window into the great outdoors, plugged it in, turned it on, and then I sat before it in all its magnificence. And I feel guilty. I am contributing to the smog that hounds the […]
May 18, 2011
The Navy BluesFest rocked Port Burwell’s coal flats from early Saturday afternoon on into the evening. via Rocking Port Burwell with the blues – Tillsonburg News – Ontario, CA.
May 13, 2011
Bayham council has decided to contract out the job of dredging the Port Burwell harbour to prepare for the arrival of a submarine. via Dredging Today – Canada: Bayham Council Decides to Contract Out Port Burwell Harbour Dredging.
May 1, 2011
As the Orange Crush of Canada’s elections flattens the Liberal Party and threatens to roll over the anti-democratic Harper forces, Conservative loyalists have taken to the airwaves and op-ed pages to claim an NDP government will cause gas prices to go up. It began with Stephen Harper, coming out of his cone of isolation, to […]
April 16, 2011
For anyone interested in environmental issues, George Monbiot is a household name. He writes on green issues for the U.K.’s The Guardian (guardian.co.uk) , maintains a blog (monbiot.com), and has authored a number of books on environmental issues. But since the Japanese earthquake, tsunami, and resulting nuclear catastrophe, Monbiot has jumped squarely into the pro-nuke […]