superhighway will change our way of life - Nov. 8, 01:03 EDT
David Mclaren, The Hamilton Spectator
- Building a new rail infrastructure beats 'expensive' investment
need to clean house - Escarpment commission October 31, 2002
a poor legacy - October 31, 2002
Nations demands more say in highway -
Oct. 18, 2002 Lisa Grace Marr - Ohsweken, Hamilton Spectator.
wants new link to Hwy. 401 - Oct. 11, 2002 Jason Misner, Hamilton
path through Ontario's heritage - Oct.
5, 2000 Mary
Gordon, Toronto Star (Bruce Trail
marks 35th anniversary
Jim Jeffords, Washington, D.C.
want roads, but not on escarpment -
Oct. 7, 2002 - The Hamilton Spectator
Bateman joins fight against proposed highway - Irene
Gentle, Special to the Post
Oct 2, 2002 - Burlington Post- 2, 2002
Hamilton Spectator | Toronto
Star | Flamborough Post |Burlington
sick over planned highway
- Hamilton Spectator, Sep. 26, 2002. 01:02 AM-
Celebrated artist Robert Bateman is lamenting the planned "desecration
of (his) sacred place," the Niagara Escarpment, to make way
for the mid-peninsula highway.
alternatives to this highway - Hamilton Spectator
-2002-09-23 01:05:47 - By Joan Little
In Burlington at least, the proposed mid-peninsula highway is
the latest I-hate-government hot button. Residents feel under
siege by Ontario's "foregone conclusion" type of highway
whom does Caplan speak?
2002-09-23 01:05:31 [Unknown]
RE: 'NEC wants assessment of new highway' (Sept. 19).
2002-09-21 01:14:38 [Unknown]
RE: 'NEC wants assessment of new highway' (Sept. 19)
is stuck in '50s thinking
2002-09-21 01:13:37 [Unknown]
RE: 'Hamiltonians invited to highway meeting' (Sept. 16).
chance to gouge?
2002-09-14 01:32:18 [Unknown]
RE: 'Burlington to province: rework highway plans' (Sept. 11),
'MPP opposes mid-peninsula route,' and 'New highway should be
last resort on congestion' (Sept. 12).
a free 407 for a month
2002-09-14 01:32:16 [Unknown]
RE: 'Burlington to province: rework highway plans' (Sept. 11).
highway should be last resort on congestion
2002-09-12 01:44:42 [Unknown]
It's time to apply the brakes and return to the drawing board
in studying the proposed mid-peninsula highway as it affects Hamilton
and Burlington. That message resonated emphatically at the latest
public meeting on the controversial project this week. Consultants
retained by Burlington and Hamilton found the transportation ministry's
work to date was full of as many holes as a Swiss cheese. That's
not acceptable for a highway which would have enormous implications
for the people of this area, if it proceed
fight to save Escarpment
2002-09-10 00:51:00 [Entertainment]
In recent times, Canadians have had more and more occasions to
observe governments that have become arrogant and have compromised,
ignored, or even imposed their agenda against the public will.
A particularly odious example of this is the current Ontario government's
violation of the spirit of due process in its decision to blast
a highway through an ecologically sensitive portion of the Niagara
dominates highway session
- Jul. 29, 2002 - By Joan Little
Hamilton Spectator Editorial/opinion, Thursday, July 11, 2002,
- Province should look at alternative routes; Mid-peninsula highway:
Burlington fears justified (PDF)
Hamilton Spectator News, Thursday, July 18, 2002, p. A08 Highway
session short on specifics: residents (PDF)
2002 - 2012 COPE