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Getting worse: They’ve sent in psychologists to help Governor-General’s staff

According to CBC he office of the Governor General has called in psychologists to speak to employees following claims of workplace harassment and verbal abuse coming from the top. The CBC reported…

Over 50 Million in COVID aid for Hamilton and Burlington

The Ontario Government has announced the allocation that each of Ontario’s 444 municipalities will receive, under what has been described as  the first phase of the federal-provincial Safe Restart program. For Hamilton…

Block threatening to pull the plug

Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet is threatening  a fall election if the prime minister, his chief of staff and his finance minister don’t resign. Blanchet said the government is not “worthy” of…

New transportation corridor selected

A transportation project that was first conceived 15 years ago has now come up with a recommended route. The GTA West project along with the opposed Mid-Pen Expressway (Niagara to GTA Corridor)…

Huge jump in the Ontario budget

Ontario says the provincial deficit will jump to $38.5 billion this year due to spending on  COVID-19. The numbers released today represented a jump from the  $20.5 billion that had been forecast…

Slight uptick in new COVID cases overnight

The number of new COVID cases in Ontario jumped up from the record low recorded Tuesday but still remained below 100. There were 95 new cases recorded and one death. Yesterday only…

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Photo Radar and double speeding fines coming to a neighbourhood near you

The City of Hamilton will soon be deploying photo radar on a rotating basis to…

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Nordstar promises to adhere to Atkinson principles

The new owners of Torstar, which includes the Hamilton Spectator and Hamilton Community News published…

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No, Really, Make the Offer Jennifer Vrancic, Scarfone Hawkins Law

My clients are generally not very happy when they come to see me.  Maybe someone has screwed them over and now they want to sue.  Maybe they’ve been accused of screwing someone over and they need me to defend them.  Or maybe they…

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Block threatening to pull the plug

Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet is threatening  a fall election if the prime minister, his chief of staff and his finance minister don’t resign. Blanchet said the government is not “worthy” of the public’s trust in the wake of the WE Charity controversy,…

New transportation corridor selected
Huge jump in the Ontario budget