While making an impression on the former Federation of Ontario Naturalists (est. 1931).
If the Midhurst Secondary Plan, MSP is such a”A Done Deal” and the Midhurst Ratepayers’ Association is so clearly wrong, wrong, wrong: then why the drama?
Note back page article:
“ON Nature magazine apologizes and retracts statement
Geranium Corporation, one of the partners in the Midhurst Landowners Group, has received an unqualified retraction and apology in the pages of ON Nature magazine, and on the website of the magazine at : www.onnaturemagazine.com/2014/07
ON Nature is the publication of Ontario Nature, a charitable organization established in 1931 as the Federation of Ontario Naturalists. It’s [sic] correction and apology states:
“On page 10 of its Summer 2014 issue, ON Nature published an article entitled “Midhurst residents oppose development”. The article stated that a land developer mentioned in the article, Geranium Corporation, had not returned calls for comment. This was incorrect. In fact, Geranium and its public relations representative did return the reporter’s calls for comment, although through no fault of Geranium the reporter did not reach them in response. Geranium has provided ON Nature with the following statement responding to the article:
Geranium Corporation is an award-winning, Ontario-based home builder and developer with an excellent track record of public consultation and involvement, as well as respect for the environment and the years-long public approvals process. Its repeated invitations to meet with the Midhurst Ratepayers’ Association have been refused by the Association.
ON Nature regrets the error, and apologizes to Geranium.””
Note the bold text above is what Geranium gave ON Nature to say.
- Click here to ON Nature‘s actual web page.
- Click here to see what I wrote after reading ON Nature’s article (June 19th)
- Click here to see what I wrote after receiving Geranium’s Summer newsletter (Volume 2, 2014).
- Click here to see what I wrote after receiving their Spring newsletter (Volume 1, 2014)
Shiny Happy People, REM