You just can’t keep Patrick Brown out of the news this week, as his plan to run for the federal CPC leadership sees him put one story behind him, while another story is exploding in Brampton. We discuss what it says about him that he’s trying to jump ship on another job.
Then we look at a little bit of criticism we received for not being tough enough on Mayor John Taylor and what role the municipalities played in its creation. Is the Affordability Task Force Report is “good” for Urbanists, or a superficial nonsense that would blow up in the government’s face if ever implemented word for word?
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Still Image of Patrick Brown taken from a 2018 Global News Interview.