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Disabilty abuse causes death, in the Junction

 

 

The most important issue to gain from this, is when a intellectually disabled person asks you not to manipulate them into relationships.

You can help intellectually disabled people by watching for people who make them work for free.

get them to give a person power of attorney to sell their house, take heir money,

 

all that was done to author of this blog.

 

 

 

 

http://www.junctioneer.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/DI-RH-overview-BETA-4.pdf

Disabilty abuse causes death, in the Junction

Disabilty abuse causes death, in the Junction

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The most important issue to gain from this, is when a intellectually disabled person asks you not to manipulate them into relationships.

You can help intellectually disabled people by watching for people who make them work for free.

get them to give a person power of attorney to sell their house, take heir money,

 

all that was done to author of this blog.

 

 

 

 

http://www.junctioneer.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/DI-RH-overview-BETA-4.pdf

1916 1 Wabash avenue, are erecting a galvanized iron building;

TORONTO—National Equipment Co., 1 Wabash avenue, are erecting a galvanized iron building; cost $16,000.

Canadian Kodak Company work proceeds for new plant, 1st construction details

Mount Dennis, Ont.—Work is now in progress at Kodak Heights, in Mount Dennis, on the plant of the Canadian Kodak Company, Limited, which is being erected at a cost of about $1,500,000. In the new plant, there will be seven buildings, with a floor area of more than 480,000 square feet, or about 11 acres. The largest building will be 460 feet long by 80 feet in width and 5 storys high. The plans call for reinforced concrete construction, with metal sashes and wire glass. In the seven structures, there will be used 2,500 tons of steel bars, 600 tons of fabricated structural steel, 80,000 square feet of metal sash, with 25,000 cubic yards of concrete requiring 45,000 barrels of cement. There will be a complete system of fire protection, consisting of outside hydrants, hose-houses and sprinkling systems for each building ; and water for manufacturing purposes will be drawn from two concrete reservoirs with a capacity of 1,000,000 gallons. As Kodak Heights is about a mile beyond the limits of the city of Toronto, the water supply will be taken from 150-foot wells located on the compan\’s t)roperty. The com-bined flow of these wells will be about 175,000 gallons per day. The manufacturing buildings proper will be located on a plateau, at the foot of which the power plant will be set. The contractors for the general construction of the plant are C. E. Deakin, Limited, of Montreal.

July 1914. THE CANADIAN ENGINEER published account

.accumulators not installed.

AUGUST 27TH, 2017 BY: NATHAN KAPOOR

BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED

In 1881, Professor Silvanus Thompson, a physics lecturer at the University of Bristol applauded the development of accumulators (secondary batteries) and suggested that they offered a gateway to the future of railway transportation, demolition, telephony, wind/water power utilization, and lighting.[1] For Thompson, batteries were the obvious “next step,” or energy transition, in the expansion of…

http://www.technologystories.org/batteries-not-included/

FROM “SNOW EAGLE” TO “BAN THE TAN:” AVIATION AND CANADIAN CLIMATIC IDENTITY

MAY 2ND, 2017 BY: BLAIR STEIN

FROM “SNOW EAGLE” TO “BAN THE TAN:” AVIATION AND CANADIAN CLIMATIC IDENTITY

 

In late 1952 or early 1953, a man from California travelled between Edmonton and Vancouver with Trans Canada Air Lines, now Air Canada. He had such a miserable time that he left a comment card behind after his flight, complaining:

“Today’s flight from Edmonton to Vancouver was so blame cold…62 degrees is not fit for man or beast. On the other hand, it apparently was OK for the Canadians (no slur intended)…I should have worn woolen sox, heavy underwear, and a sweater. The least you could do would be to warn us…of your frigid intentions, so we could prepare for the ordeal. Other than that, the flight was fine. You have excellent pilots and capable Stewardesses (but probably cold-hearted).”[1]

Link here to story

http://www.technologystories.org/from-snow-eagle-to-ban-the-tan-aviation-and-canadian-climatic-identity/

FROM “SNOW EAGLE” TO “BAN THE TAN:” AVIATION AND CANADIAN CLIMATIC IDENTITY

MAY 2ND, 2017 BY: BLAIR STEIN

FROM “SNOW EAGLE” TO “BAN THE TAN:” AVIATION AND CANADIAN CLIMATIC IDENTITY

 

In late 1952 or early 1953, a man from California travelled between Edmonton and Vancouver with Trans Canada Air Lines, now Air Canada. He had such a miserable time that he left a comment card behind after his flight, complaining:

“Today’s flight from Edmonton to Vancouver was so blame cold…62 degrees is not fit for man or beast. On the other hand, it apparently was OK for the Canadians (no slur intended)…I should have worn woolen sox, heavy underwear, and a sweater. The least you could do would be to warn us…of your frigid intentions, so we could prepare for the ordeal. Other than that, the flight was fine. You have excellent pilots and capable Stewardesses (but probably cold-hearted).”[1]

Link here to story

http://www.technologystories.org/from-snow-eagle-to-ban-the-tan-aviation-and-canadian-climatic-identity/

Junction company Ferrier wire goods upgrades building exterior, they have a great blog.

 

 

https://ferrierwire.com/blog.html. Link to their blog.

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5,000 pounds chicken dropping’s equals 300 pounds of chemical fertiliser.

it takes 5,000 pounds (2.3 tonnes) ofthe stuff to prepare an acre of land for sowing season, compared with just 300 pounds of chemical fertiliser for conventional crops, source: The Economist April 14th 2018

The beginning of the pave over of Exhibition Park.

The Board of Control have decided to place in the estimates an item of $65,000 for permanent bituminous macadam pavements in Exhibition Park, and have authorized the city engineer to do the work by day labor. There are 40,000 yards to be laid, and the intention is to have the work completed by July. Published February 8, 1911

No. 6

Going going the upcoming loss of important Junction Buildings.

Going to be lost for a condo development?

 

 

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Community Environment Day Parkdale

Bring used or unwanted household items to the Community Environment Day event at Sorauren Park (along Wabash Ave.) South of Dundas St. W.

Pickup free compost, Kitchen Container ($5 each)

Donate School materials, Sporting goods, Books, Eyeglasses, Small household items, Textiles in good condition and Non-perishable foods.

Click HERE for more details.
(Sorauren289 Sorauren Ave.Place: 
Time:Date:

 Saturday, April 28th, 2018  10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  Park)

Facebook access to Junctioneer.

Studio Cycle a store that must bring people to the Junction.