This week the leader of Ontario’s Liberal Party made a presentation – virtually, of course – to the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) about his plans to govern the province, should he become premier in the next election expected to take place mid-2022.
Steven Del Duca has been Liberal leader for just over a year now and has not done a great deal during that period to distinguish himself in the eyes of Ontario voters. Mind you, that is a tall order for someone who came to the role during a pandemic crisis, as Erin O’Toole is also finding out in the federal political arena.
Like much of Canada, Niagara has hardly escaped the socioeconomic havoc wreaked by the ongoing health crisis.
As a sports talk-show radio host I often receive guest requests and suggestions.
A couple of weeks back I received a response to a tweet in regard to young athletes and their mental health through the Covid-19 pandemic.
If this were a game of baseball, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would not get to first base with his government’s approach to establishing a responsible – and sustainable – environment policy.
As Canadians wait to see just what will be in the first federal budget in more than two years, this much is certain: that the amount of red ink will surge past any other deficit records in Canada’s modern history.
One of the most enduring concepts of the Presidency of Donald J. Trump will be the idea of “fake news.”
The Niagara Health Foundation and Tom Rankin have striven to raise $2,770,000 for the installation of Niagara Health’s third MRI machine. The current wait times for an MRI in Niagara are 27% longer than the provincial average.