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69 to 99 Moving Finds: Part Five

I’ve never really had a nice car. Well, maybe that one ’85 Camaro Z28 for a few weeks until I took it out for an accelerated spin down a winding road after a rainstorm and ended up flipping it, narrowly avoiding death…but that’s a story for another post. 633 more words

Musings

Editorial: City must go slow to get photo radar right

Ontario has softened its stance on photo radar. Mayor Jim Watson has, too. If carefully planned, this shift could benefit Ottawans.

Back in the 1990s, then-premier Mike Harris, sensing a crowd-pleaser, firmly kiboshed the province’s nascent photo radar plan. 443 more words

Jim Watson

On Losing My GPS and Remembering Beethoven

After a lot of humming and hawing, I decided to get a new GPS (satellite navigation) system for my car.  I have had two of them in the past and although I loved them both, each of them has been stolen. 2,068 more words

Living And Learning

Boundaries

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

My  hometown is notorious for speeding tickets. The police know exactly where to sit so they’re just out of sight and can nab you going 35 in a 25 at the bottom of a hill, or coming around a corner. 389 more words

Dayton

High speeds on High Level Bridge 'alarming' for Edmonton police

After four drivers were caught going more than double the speed limit on the High Level Bridge Thursday night, Edmonton police are asking motorists to slowdown. 303 more words

News

TrapTap kicks speeding tickets to the curb

by Derek Gagnon

It’s Saturday afternoon, and you’re out for a ride in that sick whip of a minivan your parents let you have. You’re travelling at a comfortable pace, but what feels like a comfortable pace for you has now accidentally gotten up to 60 kilometres an hour in a 50 kilometre an hour zone. 599 more words

Smart Biz