On this episode of The 905 Round-Up:
Of course, all we can talk about is the trucker convoy in Ottawa. While the eyes of the country are on Ottawa right now, the convoy passed through the 905 drumming up supporters demonstrating at overpasses. One day the convoy is going to end and these people will return home, here to the 905. So what does that mean for our civil discourse and what ought to be done about it?
Then on a note of good news, Hamilton has taken positive action towards the homeless issue in its city. Hamilton Alliance for Tiny Shelters (HATS) is building tiny homes for the homeless community at John A Macdonald School. Is this the positive direction Hamilton ought to be doing for its homeless population? Can this be the right foot forward on this issue? Spoiler, the answer is yes!
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