For this episode of The 905 Round-Up, Roland and Joel look at a story from Durham on the far side of the region and ask why didn’t the local media cover it better? And on that note, why doesn’t the local media in the 905 do a better job of covering the issues and stories that make an impact on the region. Well, thank goodness there is the 905er!
Following up on that story, we look at a story from the start of the year in Mississauga and the last developable land being sold off. What does this mean for Mississauga now that expansion is no longer an option? And what lesson can be taken away for other cities in the 905?
Lastly, Roland looks at an editorial that he wrote for our website, and asks where did our leadership go during this pandemic?
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