Toronto CUPE Strike: Near No End at Sight
Quoted from the article National Post:
"CNN has done reports on Toronto’s trash situation and the San Francisco Chronicle recently added Toronto to a travel advisory list alongside Libya as places to think twice about visiting this weekend."
Facts are: you have been piling up all your garbage or your recycles at your homes or you already went to the temporary dump sites to throw all these baddies away. Did you think of keeping your compost in the freezer or in your backyard for your plants? Or did you think of someways to cut down your waste even more? I certainly did since the garbage strike. I start to evaluate my living style and trying my hardest to purchase less, eat less, waste less the best of ability that I could. Although I do believe that the garbage does harm to our health, we do more harm having temporary dump sites open and having less park or green spaces for the children and our doggies or even us to roam about. I understand these solutions or thoughts may not be very pratical to all due to space constraints, this garbage woes should be a wake up call to the environments too to look deeply to our issues with waste.
In another note: I am very saddened that the environmentalists (so far that I can find from various medias or online sources, please do prove me mistaken)does not take the opportunity to assist one of the biggest cities in Canada, Toronto to get out of its wasteful ways slowly and with good guidance such as one article that I read from New York Times on Sunday: In Public Housing, Talking Up the Recycling Bin
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