Joel and Roland take a look away from the Ontario election beginning and focus on the municipal candidates declaring their candidacy for this falls election. Why is there such ridiculousness around the public property not being used for campaigning? It is publicly owned and are we not smart enough to know a campaign when we see it? They are already used enough by sitting councillors and mayors in between elections. Level the playing field.
Then we look at the potential legal minefield the City of Hamilton is going into with their declaration that unvaccinated transit workers will be terminated on May 31. The problem is a combination of poor rules from the province and delayed action by the city in our opinion. We dive into it!
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