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NEWS PAPER ARTICLES
light for Cawthra land sale
Mississauga News - some time early
1986. An early article about how the City refused to rezone the Cawthra
Bush and how it held up the purchase of the last piece of the Cawthra Bush.
In fact, RED LIGHT, for 15 years.
woodlot to be thinned out
Mississauga News - Jan. 20/94. The
first news article about the City's planned logging of the Cawthra Bush
and the rest of the City.
Mississauga News - Jan. 23/94. The
City's public notice of "Rehabilitation" at Cawthra. Sounds like the forest
had committed a crime, in someone's mind.
Toronto Sun - Feb. 6/94.
Chance to Save the Cawthra Bush
Mississauga News - Feb. 13/94. My
first try at a public meeting and where I get elected to represent the
communities concerns to the City of Mississauga.
lover launches campaign
Mississauga News - Feb. 15/94.
stops cutting in Cawthra woods in reply to lobby
Mississauga News - Feb. 27/94. Yes,
people power can make a difference!
Bush defenders get boost from weather
Toronto Star - Mar. 3/94. It was
not the weather that won the day, it was people power.
buying woodlot for $1.1 million
Mississauga News - Apr. 6/94. 15
years to buy a small piece of land.....What gives??
- Cawthra in 'Desparate' need of management
Water Ways - June 7/94. The Credit
Valley Conservation Authority tries to justify it's actions.
who would save woodlot being frozen out
Mississauga News - June 26/94. The
Hazel strikes back! Our Mayor is very rarely treated to persons she has
wronged, coming before City Council to tell all. It didn't stop there I
got a ruling Hazel McCallion, the Mayor of Mississauga, abused her power
when she violated my rights to City records.
the tree group gives committee an earful
Mississauga News - June 29/94. A
classic case of a newspaper rewriting events to create a negative public
opinion, a City of Mississauga method as well.
Mississauga News - Oct. 5/94. A
classic case of a newspaper just plain not reporting events.
to save Cawthra Trees
Mississauga News - Nov. 2/94.
column by Jocelyn Webber
Mississauga News - Nov. 16/94. Let's
silence the chain saws.
Bush cut foes fighting to the end
Mississauga News - Nov. 23/94.
construction style changes could save trees
Mississauga News - Dec. 14/94. Promises
made but not kept.
the ghosts of Cawthra mansion
Mississauga News - Dec. 14/94.
of information a waste, so says McCallion
Mississauga news - Apr. 5/95. One
of the few newspaper articles that note some elements of Hazel putting
her curse on me, that also strips every Canadian of some of their human
Conflict bill unfair, McCallion says
Toronto Star - Apr. 6/95.
in good hands
Mississauga News - Apr. 23/95. Don't
you believe it.
friends clean up
Mississauga News - May 24/95. Our
annual clean up and we did the press work on this one.
the City's woodlots
Mississauga News - Nov. 12/95. Members
of City Council discuss their opinions about the Cawthra Bush and forest
management. Mayor Hazel McCallion questioned the appearance of the Cawthra
woodlot, you can see many trees leaning over in an unsightly manner, "It
looks like we're not maintaining it,". Councillor Carmen Corbasson, "Do
we leave it natural or make it look pretty?"
of public meeting - [Easement replanting]
Mississauga News - Apr. 17/96. A
public meeting in regards to replanting of the watermain easement - one
of our great victories.
future takes root - easement planting
Mississauga News - Sept. 4/96.
fate rests with us
Mississauga News - Sept. 8/96.
nature is just as natural top gardener says
Mississauga News - Nov. 1/96. Doug
Campbell sure gets a lot of press for his non-environmental friendly ideas.
trees coming out of the woods
Mississauga News - Nov. 13/96.
- volunteers needed
Mississauga News - Oct. 1/97.
Jefferson salamander discovered at the Cawthra Bush
Mississauga News - Oct. 15/97. Amphibians
found in the bush rare and possible tree saver. A provincially-rare species
of salamander has been detected living in the Cawthra Bush and the discovery
could influence future land use at the woodlot.
may protect parks
Mississauga News - Nov. 5/97.
swap a good deal all around
Mississauga News - Nov. 5/97.
on hold at Cawthra Bush
Toronto Star Nov. 20/97. About Dec.
10/97 meeting. Bit about logging is mis-leading.
Woods stressed out
Mississauga News - Nov. 21/97. About
the salamander talk and Dec. 10 meeting.
- where is the City management plan???
Mississauga News - Dec. 17/97.
coming to talk the talk on salamanders
Mississauga News - Jan. 11/98.
to consider at Cawthra Bush - Quest Column by Peter M. Phillips
Mississauga News - Jan. 21/98.
and untrue allegations
Mississauga News - Dec. 7/97. Carmen
comes out swing!
No wonder they say politicians are
nothing but a bunch of.............
Mississauga News - Dec. 10/97.
don't disturb the Cawthra Bush
Mississauga News - Dec. 17/97. The
residents of Mississauga say NO to City forest management plans!!!
Mississauga News - Jan. 24/99. "The
City of Mississauga has been told to strengthen its policies protecting
the Cawthra Woods in a new plan for the Lakeview district." The Region
of Peel, the Ministry of Natural Resources, Friends of the Cawthra Bush
and Greater Mississauga Area and the Cawthra Ratepayers and Residents Association,
all joined forces to declare the City of Mississauga efforts at protecting
the Cawthra Bush - INADEQUATE.
& Port Credit Get, Own Community Centre
The Lake View, Nov., 1999.
receives wetland status
Mississauga News - August 30, 2000
- A MAJOR SUCCESS !!!!! BUT NOT FINAL VICTORY - The
Cawthra Bush is recognized not only as a wetlands but as a Provincially
Significant one at that!
added to threatened species list & Wall
comes down around the salamanders.
Mississauga News - Jan. 12, 2001
- Talk about Good news - Bad
All hail the flying
Mississauga News - July 28, 2007- A great picture
of my efforts at raising Monarch butterflies.
Toronto Sun - Aug. 16, 2007 - great pictures of my efforts at raising Monarch
EARTH ANGEL: THE BUTTERFLY GUY - Simple eco act 'makes me very happy'
Toronto Star - Jan 28, 2009 - Its official! I do, do good deeds for the
It will make a difference!
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