Issue 11 - October 5, 2010
Pakistan devastated by flooding that has displaced millions and resulted in 1,900 deaths
Stereotypes of riders have built up some dangerous perceptions among non-cyclists. The notion that cyclists are non-taxpaying, un-licensed, rule-breaking pests is pure ignorance. Many cyclists are also drivers, fully aware of the rules of the road. And as citizens, cyclists also pay local taxes. The bottom line is this: we don’t just need more cyclists. What we need are more drivers to become cyclists.
Divestment an effective and responsible tool
Mayoral candidates talk to the Journal’s Jake Edmiston about Kingston, Fauxcoming and Town-Gown relations
Toronto four-piece The Ethers prove country can be cool, just don’t confuse their alternative brand of Canadian croon with Toby Keith
Women’s volleyball takes bronze in preseason tournament, Gaels split exhibition matches in Manitoba, tough road trip for hockey, women’s hockey grabs final win of the preseason and disciplinary matters force baseball to forfeit.
Thanksgiving is the ultimate time to connect with others; what better way than through their stomachs?
Photos from Issue 11.