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Campaigning for municipal election along Ontario’s highways and byways is reaching a fever pitch. We are inundated with signs, ads, literature, “debates” and knocks at the door (well, some doors). Are we getting the straight goods from the candidates’ verbiage … Continue reading
Its municipal election time in Ontario. Hundreds of new candidates have filled out a nomination form and paid the fee (deadline is this Friday). They are on the hustings across the province. Bravo for their initiative. Has the political system been … Continue reading
Brantford City Council recently showed its ability to vote unanimously when it decided to: 1) sell a section of the former tax revenue generating properties on the south side of Colborne St. for $2 to Wilfrid Laurier University and the … Continue reading