Here’s Hoping You Have a Warm, Peaceful Thanksgiving

A Brief Message from Doug Draper At Niagara At Large

Posted October 9th, 2022 on Niagara At Large

One of the many beautiful pumpkin stands in Pelham, this one on Canboro Road, that you can visit this fall . Photos by Doug Draper

On this Thanksgiving, I wish to wish the warmest and give thanks to all of you who have continued to visit the Niagara At Large news and commentary site at and I urge you to tell all of your friends about this site.

If enough of us get engaged, we can build a truly independent news and commentary source for our Niagara region.

I am featuring a few photos I took earlier this weekend of a few places in the Town of Pelham which remains a place in our region that has not yet been completely overrun by paved parking lots, strip mall and urban sprawl.

I urge all of us to vote in the coming October 24th municipal elections who will work to protect what makes Niagara unique from paved over places like Mississauga and Burlington and Brampton.

Let’s all pledge for the sake of our health and the future health of our communities to protect and preserve what is left of Niagara’s great natural heritage.

Please use this October 24th municipal election to vote for candidates that care about our natural environment.

  • Have a Thanksgivings Day Full of Peace with your friends and family – Doug Draper

NAGARA AT LARGE Encourages You To Join The Conversation By Sharing Your Views On This Post In The Space Following The Bernie Sanders Quote Below.

“A Politician Thinks Of The Next Election. A Leader Thinks Of The Next Generation.” – Bernie Sanders


One response to “Here’s Hoping You Have a Warm, Peaceful Thanksgiving

  1. A big shout-out to Mike Jones and the great folks Of Pelham PATH for their hard work on the Steve Bauer Trail and other campaigns to conserve trees and greenspace in their municipality! They are an inspiration to the rest of us!


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