Some significant changes are coming to Ontario. With changes in programs such as OSAP funding and Health care, some people are feeling that their world has been turned upside down. That is the same for parents with youth who have autism. On February 6, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services Lisa MacLeod outlined some […]
Tag: Canadian Politics
Scotiabank Arena in Downtown Toronto will be hosting a special vaccine clinic on Sunday, December 12, as part of Toronto Kids Vaccine Day. The event, designed to celebrate “Toronto’s youngest community health superheroes”, will be run by “Team Toronto”, including Toronto Public Health and SickKids Hospital. “Toronto Kids Vaccine Day is all about bringing some […]
Welcome back to another edition of Thoughts of the week! This week I really want to focus on the upcoming Canadian federal election. According to Polling Canada, which is an excellent Twitter follow, shows a very tight race between the Liberals and the Conservatives. Personally speaking, I do not understand why Canada is having an […]
Welcome back to another edition of Thoughts of the Week! This week I wanted to start with a massive congrats to Canada’s women’s hockey team for their gold medal win against the United States. With shades of Patrick Kane in the 2010 Stanley Cup, Marie-Philip Poulin scored the overtime winner, but no one knew it […]
This is a piece that I wrote back on Halloween 2018 after a contentious question period in the Ontario parliament.
Here is another article that I wrote back in 2018 about the Library Square project in Aurora, Ontario.
This is a piece that I wrote back in 2018 about a vote to renovate Library square in Aurora, Ontario.