I walked along the Lake in Marie Curtis Park. For months there have been diggers over to the west moving fill, gravel and rocks around. There is a sign up now. It turns out a new conservation area is being created. They even have a… Read More
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Quicksand in Mississauga?
The Toronto Star has published an article about quicksand warning signs in an area of Mississauga, although their investigation failed to turn up any actual quicksand. I don’t think I’ve seen real quicksand before. It seems like something out of the movies. I have experienced… Read More
A dog park integrated into a water filtration plant
The designers of the new and improved leash-free park at Jack Darling in Mississauga did a great job integrating the dog park with the filtration plant. The park is huge. Gravel paths loop through the grounds, descending to what remains of the old park on… Read More
La Villa Bakery, on Lakeshore in Port Credit, gets the Anchovy stamp of approval. Try their amazing pizza. Port Credit is part of Mississauga. When I was a kid, Mississauga wasn’t amalgamated, and Port Credit, Clarkson, Streetsville and Cooksville were villages. Now it’s one big… Read More
Plans unveiled for Marie Curtis Park
Regular readers know that this blog is written from Anchovy World Headquarters hidden deep below an ordinary looking abode by the lake in a community known as Long Branch. Long Branch is part of what used to be called South Etobicoke before amalgamation into the… Read More
Complaining about your job….?
Check out this article about abuse of workers in Mississauga. From the article: Employees in Mississauga’s transportation and works department were tied up with duct tape, spanked until they were bruised and humiliated at the behest of one of their supervisors, a city official says.… Read More