TORONTO – As business enterprises go, the Toronto District School Board manifests all the signs of a sick organization. It is “kept alive” by government tolerance for incompetence.
VANCOUVER – United front of the provincial and territorial ministries of Health to ask for more federal funding for Canadian health which, amidst staff shortages and a lack of family doctors, is literally on its knees. Today, on the second day of meetings in Vancouver, the holders of the provincial departments have renewed their requests from the federal counterpart: Minister Jean-Yves Duclos. (more…)
TORONTO – Traffic reduction, fight against crime, aid to counter the increase in the cost of living. These are the pillars of the program platform presented by Danny De Santis (in the pic above), candidate for the office of Mayor of Vaughan in the next elections on October 24th. De Santis’ program starts from the assumption of a progressive “disconnection between politicians and the people”, and the consequent need to mend this relationship that has deteriorated in recent years in the city administration.
TORONTO – The election campaign is beginning to take some shape, as far as the Liberals and the NDP are concerned, and not necessarily for the better.
All Canadians have an interest in the process and the outcome of the Conservative Party of Canada Leadership contest, regardless of partisan affiliation. With all due respect to the other parties (Bloc Quebecois, Green, Liberal and NDP) it is one of two Parties with any realistic chance of forming a federal government. The other being the Liberals.
TORONTO – In the absence of large-scale PCR testing, Canada must develop an accurate method to detect the presence of COVID-19. This is what experts say in this sixth wave that is recording a high number of hospitalizations: today they are 1,626.