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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

CPPIB 40% Owner of 407ETR Slammed for Hiding Expenses‏

By Tammy Flores September 10th, 2014 Edition Back in 2010, I noticed some questionable reports prior to Ferrovial selling 10% of its share in 407 ETR...

407ETR MATTERS: Is 407ETR a Government Sanctioned Monopoly?

By Tammy Flores December 4th, 2013 Edition Section 6 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects the mobility rights of Canadian Citizens. It...

407ETR MATTERS: What to Do If You Are In Plate Denial & Went Bankrupt

By Tammy Flores January 15th, 2014 Edition Last week you'll recall we informed you on an exciting decision made by the Appeal Court of Ontario. ...

407 ETR Sends Out a “Discretionary Interest Adjustment”

BY TAMMY FLORES I got home from work last week to open an invoice from 407 ETR for one of the three accounts the company...

Social Media – 407 ETR’s Kryptonite

By Tammy Flores August 13th Edition This month the Superior Court of Justice will rule on whether or not 407 ETR can ignore Ontario's Limitations Act....

407 ETR: Traffic Management Reduces Environmental Impact of Driving?

BY TAMMY FLORES  When it was free to travel on Highway 407, it was very noticeable how free flowing Highway 401 became. October 15th, 1997,...

407ETR MATTERS: 407ETR Time Line

By Tammy Flores January 29th, 2014 Edition Here's a little history behind Highway 407. In the 1950’s, as part of the 400 series highways corridor...

407ETR Asks Us to Do Them a Favor

BY TAMMY FLORES In my last article, I spoke about how 407 ETR started to send out what the company is calling a “discretionary interest...

407ETR MATTERS: Keep Government out of Business-Including 407ETR

By Tammy Flores November 6th, 2013 Edition On October 30th, 2003, Dalton McGuinty gave his first speech as Premier to the Economic Club of Toronto. ...

407ETR MATTERS: The Premier wants policy ideas – change the 407 act!

By Tammy Flores October 23rd, 2013 Edition About a month ago, Premier Kathleen Wynne launched a website called Common Ground. She encouraged people to put...

Community News

Tree of Hope. 16th annual We Believe Gala bringing awareness and hope for change

BY: JELANI GRANT  Throughout the night guests filled out their donation cards and had a ribbon signed with their name displayed on stage. The ribbons...

‘Take d Milk, Nah?’ Shines light on the question of identity

BY: ALYSSA MAHADEO Who am I? How can I prove to the world who I am? Why do I have to prove my identity to...

Get ready to be FLOOR’D

BY: DELLIA RISMAY Raw energy. Blissful. Unique. These are just some of the words Natasha Powell, the artistic director and choreographer behind FLOOR’D uses to...

Head Girl play tackles difficult issues through comedy

BY: JELANI GRANT Presented by Real Queens Productions, Jamaican playwright Paul O. Beale debuted, The Head Girl, at the Jamaican Canadian Association. Robert Gordon, Kameka...

CACD Rewarded for volunteer excellence at awards ceremony

BY: KRISTINA RAMCHARRAN  In recognition of those using their spare time to create betterment in the community, the Volunteering Service Awards were created. The awards...