Oakville

The gloves are off for the PC Government as they attack anything and everything that stands in the way of their most generous donors. Meanwhile healthcare approaches collapse, and the minimum wage falls further and further behind the actual minimum cost of living.Read More …

Empty stage

If a candidate skips debates, interviews, media opportunities, and, er, everything, why on earth should we vote for them?

And if Andrea Horwath and Bob Bratina are concentrating their fire on Keanin Loomis in Hamilton, what does that tell us about the Keanin Loomis campaign?Read More …

Image of Andrea Grebenc

As we’ve mentioned before, we can’t cover every race, but we can highlight some of the races we think are most interesting. This week we’re focusing on the Halton Regional Chair race. For the first time since the position became elected in 2000, there are three candidates in the race with clearly established credentials and contrasting platforms. Andrea Grebenc, former chair of the Halton District School Board did reply, and joined us to set out why she thinks she’s the right choice for the job.Read More …

Caryma Sa'd

Last week, a picture shared to social media of a trans woman teacher at Oakville Trafalgar High School erupted into an international controversy.

Covering that demonstration was Caryma Sa’d. You are no doubt aware of Caryma’s work on covering the Freedom Convoy. Well today she joins Joel and Roland to share what she saw and why this high school attracted so much attention.Read More …

Rory Nisan, Maureen Wilson

Rory Nisan is city and regional councillor for Ward 3 in Burlington and Halton and Maureen Wilson is councillor for Ward 1 in Hamilton. Both of them join us today to give their perspective on why the municipal votes in Hamilton and Halton to repeal mask mandates were so one-sided, when the public seems far from united on the wisdom of abandoning masks.Read More …

Paul Sharman and Jane Fogel

We discuss Halton Region’s crucial vote last week against expanding the urban boundaries of its municipalities to allow development on farmland. It’s the top-level or single tier municipality to do so, in what appears to be a major sea-change in public opinion in favour of halting sprawl in the 905. We invited on two councillors who took part in the vote, Burlington’s Paul Sharman and Halton Hills Jane Fogal, who have opposing views about the right decision for Halton, to explain their perspectives.Read More …

Brenda Agnew

HCDSB Trustee Brenda Agnew joined us late last week ahead of her new motion to support the raising of the Pride flag over Halton’s Catholic Schools, folliowing last years highly divisive decision not to do so. We ask why she’s bringing another motion now, what she expects from her fellow trustees this time, and why she believes HCDSB’s decision over the Pride flag is so important.Read More …

Our first episode of 2022, has our intrepid hosts looking down the barrel of another lockdown and shutting of schools to mark the start of the year. Plus how City Halls hide things in plain sight and Halton Catholtic School Board is having another crack at the Pride flag debate.Read More …