The strategy is indeed simple - vote for the Canadian that brings the most attention to the city - Mr. Curator wants to keep his job and London as always enjoys prostituting the city's acquisitions.
The strategy is simple: get out the vote to get Sir Frederick Banting elected as the greatest Canadian ever. Like a master political operative, Grant Maltman is rallying support behind the man whose discovery of insulin has saved the lives of millions of diabetics around the world.
Coincidentally, a heritage battle simultaneously occurs in Alliston over Banting's childhood home, although it is just a replica:
Society executive director Patricia Neal denies the Banting farmstead is in disrepair. She said the society has invested in a new furnace and roof repairs and a neighbour looks after maintenance.
Monday, October 25, 2004
Posted by Lisa Turner on Monday, October 25, 2004