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Tag Archives: Ontario
Urban sprawl is something we should all be concerned about. That’s the underlying message of the Planning for Health, Prosperity and Growth in the Greater Golden Horseshoe: 2015 – 2041 Panel lead by Mr. David Crombie. While we do not … Continue reading
There are a lot of yes women and yes men in the Ontario government and, now thanks to the recent election, at the federal level, too. Christmas has come early for Canadians because the promises in the Liberal platform come … Continue reading
The payment of Millions (the exact figure keeps twisting in the wind just like the story behind it; maybe its $3.7 or maybe $7.1) to teachers unions in Ontario to cover the cost of negotiating defies all logic. It smacks … Continue reading
When you look at the amount of time Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne stumps for Justin Trudeau, you have to ask yourself: could the office of premier be a part-time gig? Part-time premiers would be forced to focus on issues they … Continue reading
A Peterborough-area woman recently sent a bill to her local hospital for her time (1 hr., 30 mins.) spent waiting for a cortisone shot. This caused a stir. She shone a light on an area where improvement is needed in … Continue reading
Last month there was much fanfare about a new Breastfeeding Clinic that opened in Brantford, Ontario. While we realize that some mothers need help with breastfeeding, we question why the numerous health care supports that already exist in Ontario cannot … Continue reading
With the Christmas hustle and bustle you may have missed the report from Ontario’s auditor general, Ms. Bonnie Lysyk. Ms. Christina Blizzard’s article, “One boondoggle after another at Queen’s Park” gives us the low-down on how Ontario is smarting from the … Continue reading
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