Monthly Archives: November 2012

OCCUPY CAMBRIDGE By: Daniel Nascimento

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November 5, 2012

A group of Cambridge citizens met recently to discuss shared concerns in our community. The meeting, organized through Facebook OccupyCambridgeOntarioCanada, was initiated in the spirit of the Occupy Movement. Several folks gathered to talk about things such as how their tax dollars are spent, and issues discussed included how, in these rapidly changing times, we […]


OCCUPY KIJIJI By Stacy Sheasby

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November 5, 2012

Consumerism is sold to public as a necessary means to not only feel better about yourself but to generate a healthier economy.  These ideas are only half truths.  While of course having a roof over head and food on the table makes us happier than not, the degree of happiness does not exponentially grow by […]


Shoot …it is almost holiday time!

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November 5, 2012

    Every year we vow to ourselves we are going to capture that ultimate Christmas album with crisp images of friends and family enjoying the festive celebration. However, what often happens are blurred action shots of Uncle Charlie crashing his sled simply because you failed to take the time to adjust a setting. Your magical family moments around […]


Sweater for a Soldier by Becky Alexander

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November 5, 2012

My father, Jim Alexander, served overseas with the Lincoln and Welland Regiment during WWII. He was one of four Hespeler boys to receive the Military Medal for bravery. The others were Fred Baker, George Edmonds and John Spencer. This recount of one of my dad’s war stories, is dedicated to their memory. (B.A.)   During […]


GUY FAWKES By: Occupy Cambridge

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November 5, 2012

The iconic mask adopted by the Occupy Movement and the hacktivist group, Anonymous, is modelled after Guy Fawkes who led the Gun Powder Plot to destroy the British Parliaments. November 5th, Guy Fawkes Day and Bonfire Night, are still celebrated for the date of his capture in 1605.   Guy Fawkes, one of 13 conspirators, […]


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