The View from The Niagara Guide

General observations and musings on how we can make Niagara a better place.

Does Driving an H3 Make You a "Bad" Person?

Mark Kawabe - Wednesday, January 27, 2010
While out and about I noticed a business person has chosen to drive an H3, complete with their contact information and company logo on it.

What do you think about people who choose to drive vehicles that are perceived to be environmentally unfriendly?

We live in an increasingly eco-conscious society and many people try to make "green" choices whenever possible. Going green is the hallmark of a responsible citizen is it not? So what about this businessperson? What could one possibly guess about their character, either positive or negative?

I'm curious about your opinion so I haven't put forward my own to see where the discussion goes.

Cornerstone Carpentry

Mark Kawabe - Wednesday, January 27, 2010
It is my pleasure to welcome Carl Lascelles from Cornerstone Carpentry to The Niagara Guide family of advertisers.

When it comes to renovations, Carl can do it all, and if not, he knows someone who can. Drywall. Roofing. Building. Framing. General carpentry. Doors. Windows. Decks. Additions. If you need something built or repaired around the house, Carl's your guy.

Check out his website at http://www.cornerstonecarpentry.ca or call him today at 905-734-4470 and start Building Your Way to a New Beginning.

Welcome!

Mark Kawabe - Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Greetings folks,

Mark Kawabe here from The Niagara Guide. We're in the process of moving to a new content management system for our websites and as a result, our blogs are moving as well.

Ook. I hate this process because it's not always something that goes smoothly. However, it is what it is.

Just wanted to let you know. Thank you for your patience and for your reading!

Best Regards,

Mark Kawabe
Chief Guide
The Niagara Guide Inc.


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