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This report is the last before the CEPA Parliamentary Review, during which the Standing Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development will encourage Canadians to reflect on CEPA’s accomplishments and to look ahead to CEPA’s greater potential. Canadians are demanding more say on environmental protection. The Minister of Health and I, who share responsibility for CEPA, believe that the review process will give Canadians an opportunity to voice their opinions on current environmental protection issues.
You hear about the Kawasaki like syndrome, you get concerned. You hear scientists and health officials who say they don know the long term consequences for a child who has antibodies, you get concerned.it not flicking a switch; it like all of these decisions, it more complicated than we often think. You can say, school reopens.
The present study applies this perspective to a real life instance of residential contact in a divided society. Semi structured interviews with 14 Catholic and 13 Protestant new residents of increasingly mixed areas of Belfast city, Northern Ireland, were thematically analysed. Results highlight that transitioning to mixed communities was fraught with intergroup anxiety, especially for those coming from ‘single identity’ areas.
A new public process to determine Garver’s future will begin soon. A new city disposal committee process will be convened this spring to review and approve the RFP and then select a developer that meets the adopted criteria. The committee is likely to consist of three alders (myself and Alder David Ahrens plus one more selected by the Mayor), representatives from SASY and Eastmorland Community Association, and two more members that could be from the Parks Commission, the Olbrich Botanical Society Board or the Mayor’s designee..