Coming off our well-received episode on the #halton boundary debate, Joel and Roland look at both sides and how we think the debate over land use needs to progress in #the905.
After that, we look at recent statistics provided by our friend Alan Kan on #Mississauga’s apparently drop in population.
And lastly, we look at Doug Ford’s loss of candidates leading up to this spring’s #Ontario Election. Particularly Burlington MPP Jane McKenna’s decision not to run again. What does it mean for the region?
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