Ep. 42 – Better Late Then Never

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Our guest this week is Chris Loblaw and at http://chrisloblaw.wordpress.com/

 

“Chris is a writer, journalist and general political busybody. He’s trying to do his part to help the community, while still focusing on his number one priority, his infinitely entertaining 4-year-old son Max.”

The topics we covered this week.

Glen’s latest Blog

http://glenpearson.ca/2012/10/01/when-the-media-cant-set-us-free/

 

Shooting victim identified as Terrell Johnson; Joshua Carter charged with second-degree murder

Downtown London echoed with the sounds of gunshots early Sunday morning (Sept. 30).

 

Growing ridership necessitates more funding.

http://www.lfpress.com/2012/09/30/growing-ridership-necessitates-more-service-commission-insists

 

Bike away on sidewalks children: Bylaw changes come into effect today (Sept. 28)

Effective today, children under the age of 14 are permitted to ride bicycles on sidewalks, as per amendments to the city’s Streets By-law (S-1).

Councillors support restarting study into McCormick area’s future

Some members of London council appear as confused as residents around the difference between creating a viable future for the former McCormick’s property and that of the entire area that surrounds it.

 

Citizen group conducts survey to measure council’s efforts to engage public

A group of London residents are conducting a survey to find out exactly what city council is doing to inform and engage the public.

 

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This Week in London Tweets is a weekly podcast hosted by Sean Quigley and Stuart Clark which focuses on issues that make twitter users in London tweet.

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