Got cholera. Didn’t die. Couldn’t write.

I narrowly beat a literally gut-wrenching case of cholera (or my own cooking), and I’ve had a ton of work to do. I’ve fallen behind. Here then, is a post of all the goings-on lately:

The Mount Dennis Library reopened a few weeks ago.

Mike Sullivan got the Minister of Transport, Denis Lebel, to cough up some dough for apprenticeships. Sullivan asked for money for youth and apprenticeship training to come from the federal infrastructure spending program.

Yesterday, Sullivan also sent a letter to Councillor Nunziata asking what the city is doing to about the mud being dragged from the construction sites onto our streets, and asking whether anyone has been fined as a result.

Laura Albanese announced funding for Justin Lowrey, a local athlete under Ontario’s Quest for Gold program. Lowrey plays goalball.

Albanese also announced a grant program for Great Lakes environmental stewardship. She encourages local groups to apply, saying in her press release “If you want to start a stewardship project in our corner of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Basin, the provincial government may be able to help with a small funding grant.”


Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

One thought on “Got cholera. Didn’t die. Couldn’t write.”

  1. That cholera is hard to shake and it’s good of you to do this reporting at any time, and in spite of some comments, the whole community is in your debt for the information you find and report.
    Thank you.

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