Category Archives: Cities

Lawrence Solomon: Housing shortage? What housing shortage?

Politicians could put to bed the lament of high housing costs by restoring freedom and common sense. Continue reading

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Taxi-sharing as region’s transit answer

(February 10, 2014) Lawrence Solomon’s call for an overhaul of how taxicabs are licenced could apply to Windsor-Essex, reports WindsorOntarioNews.com. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Fill ‘er up, with people

(January 16, 2014) Traffic congestion would disappear if the government regulations that cause it were abolished. Continue reading

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Sell Detroit

(June 27, 2013) Half-way measures will perpetuate the city’s collapse. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Harper’s mission

(February 3, 2012) He is the only PM in memory who has shown any spine in his dealings with China’s brutal plunderers. Continue reading

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Waterfront Toronto Considers Selling Naming Rights to Public Parks, Spaces

(July 8, 2011) Canadians have become accustomed to corporate sponsorship of buildings, the branding of sports stadiums and even the renaming of movie theatres after banks, but now there’s a push to expand the name game to public spaces – including Toronto’s Lake Ontario waterfront. Continue reading

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Feeling Pretty Good About Your Choice to Purchase ‘Fair Trade’ Coffee? Don’t.

(July 6, 2011) Despite its name, fair-trade coffee isn’t necessarily “fair”. In this article, Erika Johnsen outlines the inconsistencies of the fair-trade business, specifically in relation to fair-trade coffee farmers. Continue reading

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