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McMaster's Lot M, West Campus, Spring 2012
"...we can look to hunter-gatherer cultures for a certain kind of tolerance and patience – a sense that things take time. Any developments should be pursued only with great caution; changing the environment is a serious matter; the construction of mega-projects is a matter for scepticism. These too are to do with respect – of the land that is going to be devastated by these things and for all the creatures, animal and human, that are at risk."
Hugh Brody

"Very few, if any, can express the views of the Royal Botanical Gardens, as can W.J. Lamoureux, in his recent review of the situation of taking over of the property of Cootes Paradise for the expansion of McMaster University….few know of the many people that enjoy the untouched and original places that the Royal Botanical Gardens preserve and maintain and it would be to the discredit of Hamilton and district if this area were ‘whittled away a little at a time’ as expressed by Mr. Lamoureux.”

· June 29/66 – Letters to the Editor, Dundas Star News “Fear Intrusion”

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