Monthly Archives: August 2013

Does Kirkland Want A Farmer’s Market?……Come And Show Your Support! – Again!

Due to popular demand, Friends of the Market-Breakfast Club is inviting ALL RESIDENTS again next Thursday, September 5th. There will be more discussion and more entertainment than last time (see below). For further details and to confirm your attendance, call … Continue reading

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Does Kirkland Want A Farmer’s Market?……Come And Show Your Support!

Last Monday, August 19th, during “La Semaine des marches public du Quebec” celebrated across the Province of Quebec, I inquired again by way of iCare with the Director General on how to have the issue of the farmers’ market on … Continue reading

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Vote Or Get The Council You Deserve

To provide more visibility to the issue, we reprint Paul Senez’s Response to “Farmers market banned by Kirkland by-law.” As I understand it, Mr La Tour has proposed setting up a small ‘farmer’s market’ using a portion of Kirkland’s Volunteers … Continue reading

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Farmers market banned by Kirkland by-law

By Matthew Guite, The Suburban, August 7th, 2013 A Kirkland resident who wanted to give local farmers and urban growers a chance to sell their goods to the community has been barred from hosting a farmers market due to a … Continue reading

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Kirkland councillor first to announce he plans to run for mayor’s job

By Cheryl Cornacchia, The Gazette, July 24, 2013 Longtime Kirkland councillor Michel Gibson will run for the town’s top job in the November 3 municipal election. “Kirkland needs a new vision, some new blood and leadership,” said Gibson, a Kirkland councillor since … Continue reading

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