Movie Reviews: November 28, 2008

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Showcase Milton 2009 Cancelled

From Milton Chamber of Commerce: A Sign of the Times We regret to inform you that the 2009 version of Showcase Milton has been cancelled. The event was scheduled to

Are they nuts?!

Mike Cluett Mike Cluett's Milton Blog As many readers to my blog know, I have been supportive of the Region of Halton’s efforts to get the provincial government to provide

Town Council to discuss tax increase

Mike Cluett Mike Cluett's Milton Blog As reported today, Milton Town Council will be discussing a potential tax increase of 5.6 per cent on December 8th.  One can only hope that

Local blogs nominated for Best in Canada

MiltonSearch.com would like to draw your attention to two local bloggers who have been nominated for Best Local Blog on the Canadian Blog Awards website. The first Milton blog

Smitherman ignoring Halton's needs

Mike Cluett Mike Cluett's Milton Blog Ontario's Energy and Infrastructure Minister George “Future Toronto Mayor” Smitherman says that Halton's growing pains “aren’t unique” and cant promise any additional funding. He

CBC's Saturday night takes on Punjabi accent

From the Toronto Star This past Saturday's game between the Maple Leafs and Blackhawks could also have been called Hockey Night In Punjab. The CBC, picking up on an experiment from

Internet shopping clicks with Canadians

From Parentcentral.ca Ordered $12.8 billion worth of goods in 2007, but trend likely slowing Online shopping in Canada rose dramatically in the past two years, according to Statistics Canada, but

Colorado State Patrol Officer Encountered UFO and “Human” Stranger

From Earthfiles.com by Linda Moulton Howe: Albuquerque, New Mexico -- As a professional journalist, I know that the men and women who work in police departments and sheriff’s offices

How Time-Traveling Could Affect Quantum Computing

From PhysOrg.com: If space-time were constructed in such a way that you could travel back in time, it would create some pretty strange effects. One of these oddities, as

e=mc2: 103 years later, Einstein's proven right

From PhysOrg.com: It's taken more than a century, but Einstein's celebrated formula e=mc2 has finally been corroborated, thanks to a heroic computational effort by French, German and Hungarian physicists.  A

Do-it-yourself holiday garlands

From the Associated Press: These tough financial times don't require forgoing festive, holiday decorations. But to stretch dollars, we can create our own warmth and good tidings. I found a

Do-it-yourself holiday garlands

Holiday Crafts: Kids Garland Supplies: 12 felt squares, 9 by 12 inches each. One in each of these colours: red, yellow, royal blue, light blue, aqua, light purple, green, lime

CNN'S American Morning to Feature UFO Week

There have been a series of recent events that have lead many to believe that Barack Obama could be the "Disclosure President". Awhile back, the Vatican came out with

Pirates thwarted by MP3 sonic blast

From PhysOrg.com: Gone are the swashbuckling days of repelling pirates with cutlasses -- a British firm is spearheading use of a high-tech "sonic laser" to beat bandits on the

Nevada's Wild Horses: Soon Gone Forever?

From Investigative Reporter, George Knapp: Nevada is home to more than half of all the wild horses in the United States, but the number of horses on the open

Movie Reviews: November 21, 2008

Twilight (PG), 3 stars (out of 4)  Wondrous are the ways of vampires in Twilight, based on the enormously popular Stephenie Meyer novel. Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson portray the teen

2008 Holiday Movie Guide

From the Toronto Star: The holiday movie season offers a bounty of new releases vying for your attention. Like everyone else at this time of year, each movie has

Art market braces for a fall

From the Toronto Star: David Silcox remembers his first sale as president of Sotheby's Canada, in 2002: after a frantic bidding war, a record-shattering $5.1 million bid from billionaire

Motion to stall development will have little or no effect in Milton

It looks like Gary Carr's motion to stall Halton development will have little or no affect in Milton. Here is the latest from Milton Councillor Colin Best, from a

Showdown looms in Halton

Regional council passes resolution to stall growth of new developments if province doesn't pay Halton Region Council threw down the gauntlet yesterday with a resolution that says to developers

CD Review: "Day & Age" by the Killers

From the Toronto Star: New album loses the `grit' that plagued Sam's Town, but band says it's not by design Funny thing, the art of rock 'n' roll posing. When Las

Microsoft to Offer Free Virus Protection Software for Windows

From WebMonkey.com: Microsoft plans to offer Windows users a new antivirus package designed to protect the OS from viruses, spyware, rootkits and trojans. The new software is tentatively code-named

Colds and flu: when to call in sick

From Yahoo.ca: To call in sick or not to call in sick? The question arises often during cold and flu season. Deciding whether you should take a day off may

Region debating water fluoridation

When in doubt, take it out. That was the message councillors delivered loud and clear Thursday night after taking the first step to remove fluoride from drinking water in

Simple steps can prevent flu, food-borne illnesses, experts say

From Healthzone.ca and the Canadian Press: With flu and cold season just around the corner, public health experts are trying to get Canadians to lessen their chances of getting

Halton moves to ban fluoride from water

From the Hamilton Spectator: The Halton Health and Social Services Committee has voted to send a motion to council to end the use of fluoride in the municipal water

End water fluoridation, professor says

Last week we posted on the topic of "new" Milton's water supply, which we all know is fluoridated and comes from the "big pipe" out of Lake Ontario.

Winter Home Maintenance Checklist

From the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC): Regular Maintenance is the Key Inspecting your home on a regular basis and following good maintenance practices is the best way to

SETI Astronomer Envisions Technology Capable of Receiving ET Signals by 2032

From PhysOrg.com: SETI, (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Senior Astronomer Seth Shostak and host of the weekly radio show "Are We Alone," predicted during a recent conference in San Francisco

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