The year is 2022. The next municipal election in Windsor is scheduled for October 24. Do you know […]
For November and December, the Rose Rose City Politics panel opines on the proposed redevelopment and completion of […]
For September 2021, the Rose Rose City Politics panel answers “How should Windsor prepare for population growth as […]
For July 2021, the Rose City Politics panel opines on what should be city council’s top priority for reform of city politics and administration post-covid.
For June 2021, the Rose City Politics panel opines on both new downtown residential construction and renovation, a new central library on the horizon, the potential for the redevelopment of The Barn by the Windsor Express, and what these opportunities can provide for downtown Windsor and the city as a whole.
For May 2021, the Rose Rose City Politics panel opines on the Ontario government’s announcement of stage two funding for the mega-hospital project and what it means for Windsor and our fellow residents.
here are many different strategies that governments of all levels will take to deal with the impacts of Covid-19. Windsor City Council is tasked with coming up with a strategy for all Windsorites.
For March 2021, the Rose Rose City Politics panel opines on the Windsor City Council endorsement of the Public First report on economic diversification, with recommendations to come from administration on implementation.
The City of Windsor has seen many economic diversification strategies over the years and the Rose City Politics panel (each in their own individual opinions) breaks down what, if anything, is different about the situation now.
This month, the Rose City Politics panel is considering how the City of Windsor should address the costs imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic in its 2021 budget.
The year 2020 brought with it unexpected municipal expenses and revenue shortfalls and the Rose City Politics panel breaks down the situation.