Art Threat: Kon’s blossoming art

Konstantin Dimopolous’s blue trees are in bloom in Port Moody! Well, they were last week at least. Luckily, Kate Barron from Vancouver Biennale got pictures of these bright blue and passive pink beauties. Kon’s electric blue trees are a reminder that plants are the world’s lungs, a vital organ that too often goes unloved. But […]

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John Laforet - President - Wind Concerns Ontario: The Chronicle Journal: It’s Not Over Yet In Thunder Bay

Brandon Walker Tuesday, April 5, 2011 – 08:00 “Houses in South Neebing — going cheap,” Anna Marchese said Monday evening while leaving city hall moments after Thunder Bay council approved an agreement with Horizon Wind to avoid a $126-million lawsuit. Marchese was one of several people who confronted councillors after the meeting to express their […]

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John Laforet - President - Wind Concerns Ontario: Thunder Bay NewsWatch: Compromise with Horizon Wind Inc. Approved

By Jamie Smith, tbnewswatch.com By a majority decision, councillors Monday night avoided a multimillion dollar lawsuit by voting for a compromise with a wind developer. Councillors voted 8-4 in favour of a compromise with Horizon Wind Inc., effectively ending the $126 million lawsuit the company levied against the city. The vote followed seven deputations during […]

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John Laforet - President - Wind Concerns Ontario: The Giant CKTG 105.3 Thunder Bay: WCO Pays Visit to Council

 The leader of an anti-wind farm group wants City Council to change some of the clauses found in the proposed settlement with Horizon Wind.  John Laforet is the President of Wind Concerns Ontario and says council should hold off on voting on the settlement that would kill the 126 million dollar lawsuit.  Laforet thinks council needs to maintain control of the Loch […]

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