Is that a salami in your pocket?


This woman chuckled all the way on her free ride to the old Pizza Hut plaza.

Need a job? Working at the Bells Corners call centre has its perks.

You certainly won’t be pulling down $100K+ like some of the “middle-class” government employees in the Fitzgerald Towers.

Not much more than the minimum wage but working conditions seem good.

You meet a lot of friendly people from all over the world.

Even Japan!

Just a short hike to Timmy’s along Lloyd Francis Active Transportation Corridor.

Other dining and shopping options are only a short jaywalk away.

Great to be a pedestrian in Bells Corners but some places are better than others.

These guys make way more money than the call centre workers but they aren’t sitting in an air-conditioned cubicle chatting on the phone!

Pouring steaming asphalt on the hottest day of the year.

Let the good times roll! Bituminous pitch now coats the whole strip to better serve cut-through traffic from Kanata and Stittsville.

New sign at Sue Romaniuk’s favourite drop-in clinic courtesy of tax breaks for the 1% granted by crooked politicians.

A free tax ride for the rich people who finance the councillor.

Trump fans Lisa MacLeod and her main squeeze, BIA boss Joe Varner, love to reward their Conservative big business friend$ and strip mall owners.

Laughing all the way to the bank as the politicians and the 1% scratch each other’s backs.
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Millions of dollars in tax breaks for Colonnade Development Inc. to build a drive-thru fast food joint and a six-storey, 124-room hotel at 300 Moodie? Somebody call the cops!

The secret-shopper floorwalker nabbed two more shoplifters yesterday. He almost collared a third, but the woman ran away and was last seen fleeing westward on the Westcliffe sidewalk to nowhere.

Is that a salami in your pocket? A steak in your pants? Or are you just glad to see me?


Crappy wheel-busting bike rack at the Brew Table. Even with a security camera the cook got his bike stolen.



Another tough job in sweltering weather: lugging heavy 50-litre beer barrels.

About $300 each.

Parking sign ignored.

The irony of poorly-parked vehicles in accessible parking spots blocking access to people using wheelchairs, walkers and strollers.

Centennial Library: a community meeting place for the entire community?

Bell Arena.

Closed.

Doggone it! Another small business flees Bells Corners.

Henry the haircutter on the move again. Hair today, gone tomorrow.

Bells Corners best barber?


















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