PATRICK BROWN DISQUALIFIED FROM CPC LEADERSHIP RACE
Libby Znaimer is joined by John Mykytyshyn, Campaign Manager for Patrick Brown, Michael Diamond, Principal of Upstream Strategy Group, and Bob Richardson, Liberal Strategist – Senior Council to National Public Relations.
Patrick Brown has been disqualified from the CPC leadership race after the party alleged that he broke financing rules. The news broke Tuesday night. Meanwhile, Patrick Brown’s team said that the allegations are unfounded and a way to ensure rival Pierre Poilievre’s leadership win. Brown’s campaign also said that it would be consulting its legal team. So, where does this leave the Conservative leadership race?
NOISE POLLUTION UNDER REVIEW AT TORONTO CITY COUNCIL
Libby Znaimer is joined by Councillor Shelley Carroll,Ward 17 Don Valley North and member of the Economic and Community Development Committee, Harold Smith, Director of Lytton Park Residents’ Organization, and Tor Oiamo, Assistant Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies at Toronto Metropolitan University.
Toronto has a noise pollution problem and it’s putting our health in harm’s way. So, where is all the noise coming from? Ongoing city-wide construction, leaf blowers, speed hungry motor vehicle drivers revving their engines are just some of the problematic sources. The World Health Organization noise guidelines recommend 45 decibels for sleeping. Noise directives are being reviewed by City Council today.