Rose City Politics investigates if council committee composition reflects the community we live in and how committee decisions impact council decisions.
SafePoint, Windsor Essex’s first Consumption Treatment Site, will open without delay following a 7-4 city council vote Monday afternoon.
Jon, Don, Melinda & Doug discuss politicians challenging characterizations of the flood and Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund (DMAF), downtown crime, arrests & The Downtown Mission, & QR codes to reduce panhandling.
MP Irek Kusmierczyk: Mayor Dilkens’ flooding funding claims unfounded; federal government funded region at unprecedented national levels
MP Kusmierczyk says Mayor Dilkens’ flooding funding claims unfounded and the federal government has funded the region at unprecedented national levels.
Doug dives into local employment data and we talk what it means, Windsor Police are back at council meetings, & Mayor Dilkens accuses WECHU of Bait and Switch.
Jon, Kiemia, Melinda and Doug talk about Windsor’s agency, board and committee appointments and the public, media and political response so far, plus regular segments “Carry on Kiemia” and “For Your Consideration.”
Kiemia, Jon, Don, Melinda and Doug review the fallout from Councillor Agostino’s CTS motion, a possible anti-panhandling bylaw, and Transit Windsor buses running at capacity.
Jon, Don, Melinda and Doug discuss local politics over cocktails at Maiden Lane Wine & Spirits. We talk about panhandling bylaw proposal, The motion to reconsider Council’s support for a Consumption and Treatment Services site in Windsor, and the makeup of the Windsor Police Services Board of Directors.
Hamilton’s “Bus Barn” is Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens’ nightmare “Garage Mahal”, and while Hamilton is going to see a new transit garage sooner than later, Windsorites are left wondering when we’ll get ours and if more cohesive political support could help…
Premier Ford recently said he spoke to a hospital executive who said Ontario’s healthcare system is only comparable to North Korea and Cuba, so I asked him whether his plans to expand access to private clinics will go far enough…