Libby Znaimer is joined by Howard Hampton, Former Ontario NDP Leader, Hugh Segal, Former Senator of Canada and John Milloy, formerOntario Liberal MPP who served as a cabinet minister under Dalton McGuinty and Kathleen Wynne.
It’s Tuesday – time to talk politics and it is the morning after municipal elections – 417 of them – which yielded few surprises, a nod to incumbency, and the lowest voter turnout in history. In Toronto, 29% – John Tory sailed to a third term with 62% of the vote. But here is the disappointing math: 62% of 29% is just under 18 which means the mayor of the country’s largest city was elected by under 18% of eligible voters. Meanwhile the province is taking the lead on issues of housing and development with an announcement on zoning and things related this afternoon. And here’s one that has us scratching our heads: why is Doug Ford fighting a summon to appear before the inquiry into the use of emergency powers to end the convoy protest. Ford was the only Premier to support this and he’s been vocal about his support. So why this?
Libby Znaimer is joined by Steven Del Duca, Mayor of Vaughan followed by Patrick Brown, Mayor of Brampton. Both achieved election wins last night. They share their visions for their respective cities.
Libby Znaimer is joined by Ellen Roseman, consumer advocate and journalist.
This week the competition bureau announced that it will be conducting a study looking into food pricing by grocery retailers amid high inflation.
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