TORONTO – “Nessuno in Canada, nemmeno il Premier e il Primo Ministro, ha il potere di governare con un voto di minoranza. Non ci si può fidare di nessuno con così tanto potere”. Questo, in estrema sintesi, il messaggio che l’NDP dell’Ontario manda a John Tory (nella foto sopra, dal suo profilo Twitter), invitandolo a chiedere il ritiro della legislazione provinciale che gli assegna poteri quasi assoluti per favorire la costruzione di nuovi alloggi…
TORONTO – “No one in Canada, not even the Premier and Prime Minister, has the power to govern with a minority vote. You can’t trust anyone with that much power”. This, in a nutshell, is the message that the NDP of Ontario sends to John Tory (in the pic above, from his Twitter profile), inviting him to request the withdrawal of the provincial legislation that gives him almost absolute powers to encourage the construction of new housing. (more…)
TORONTO – Senza neppure attendere la decisione dell’Ontario Labour Relations Board al quale si era rivolto per dichiarare illegale lo sciopero del Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), il governo dell’Ontario ha fatto dietrofront…
TORONTO – Without even waiting for the decision of the Ontario Labour Relations Board to which it had turned to declare illegal the strike of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), the Ontario government has made a U-turn. Today, during a surprise press conference, Premier Ford announced the decision to revoke the controversial Keeping Students in Class Act “provided that the union agrees to end the strike and continue to negotiate”.
TORONTO – The constitutional rights of public sector workers engaged in negotiation are not violated by Bill 124 which imposes a wage cap in Ontario.
TORONTO – La sfida è ora di fronte alla Superior Court of Justice dove ieri sono iniziate le udienze per il controverso Bill 124, la legge approvata nel 2019 che limita gli aumenti salariali all’uno per cento all’anno per i dipendenti del servizio pubblico dell’Ontario e per i lavoratori del settore pubblico in generale, inclusi infermieri e insegnanti…
TORONTO – The challenge is now before the Superior Court of Justice where hearings began today for controversial Bill 124, the law passed in 2019 that limits salary increases to one percent per year for Ontario public service employees and general public sector workers, including nurses and teachers.
TORONTO – Said and done. Ontario’s Conservative government today used its majority to pass Bill 7, the controversial legislation that allows elderly patients to be transferred from the hospital to long-term care homes not of their choice on a temporary basis.
TORONTO – The NDP announces war on the government of Doug Ford who today approved the motion to avoid public hearings regarding legislation that would allow patients in hospital who need long-term care to be transferred to LTC without their consent.
TORONTO – There are those who applaud and those who turn up their noses at Bill C-21 which contains restrictions on the control of firearms. On Monday, the liberals in Ottawa presented a bill that contains the nationwide blockade of imports and sales but which, while trying to limit the number of those already present in the country, does not contemplate their complete ban.
TORONTO – Era più grande della vita. Se una figura politica viene misurata in base alla sua influenza sulla provincia, Bill Davis (nella foto) emergerà sicuramente come uno dei veri padri di una moderna società dell’Ontario. Da studente universitario laureando, lo ricordo come un avvocato di provincia profondamente immerso nella politica ultraconservatrice di un Ontario ancora molto dipendente da un’economia basata sull’agricoltura sostenuta da una Toronto incentrata sul settore manifatturiero…
After 27 years of marriage, the billionaire couple is no more. Yesterday the Gates announced their separation in a joint statement and on their social media accounts.
“Over the last 27 years, we have raised three incredible children and built a foundation that works all over the world to enable all people to lead healthy, productive lives,” the statement read. “We continue to share a belief in that mission and will continue our work together at the foundation, but we no longer believe we can grow together as a couple in this next phase of our lives.”
The Gates met at Microsoft in 1994.
On March 17, 2021, Bill C-7 was passed, granting Canadians without a reasonably foreseeable death the right to apply for medical assistance in dying (MAID). This is a modification to the original MAID legislation, for which a majority of Canadians showed support. Parliamentary and expert reviews will now be conducted to study additional questions, such as advance requests, cases relating to mental illness, the protection of persons with disabilities, the palliative care system, and access to MAID for minors.
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SOURCE: Dying With Dignity Canada
OTTAWA – After months of parliamentary debate, Canadians without a reasonably foreseeable death are now eligible to apply for medical assistance in dying (MAID). (more…)