Mitic Tries To Get Life In Order: Stuff

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Good for Innes Councillor Jody Mitic. He has decided not to run again for council and instead get his life straightened out. Mitic deserves kudos for that and we wish him the best of luck … The reason Ontario PC leader Doug Ford wants to end government subsidies to political parties is that the Tories are always flush with cash while the Liberals have to try harder. That’s a nice way of putting it … Hard to know why Mayor Jim Watson keeps taking swipes at police officers. These are the people who show up in the most difficult of situations and, while they might not always be right, they deserve our respect. Show some respect. … Citizen columnist Kelly Egan wonders why we are not celebrating our massive LRT more. Probably because it is a fiscal disaster, is late and created a life-threatening sinkhole. We want to celebrate this? … Interesting that McDonald’s has been telling youngsters that the venerable burger chain is a wonderful place to have a career. Now Walmart is loosening its dress code to retain and get staff. What both operations are saying implicitly is that a labour shortage is on the way like we’ve never seen before …

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Mitic Tries To Get Life In Order: Stuff

    1. Sorry. Brain wonk.

      Just corrected someone on that last night. I should heed my own advice.

      Thx for pointing it out, Anne Marie.

      cheers

      kgray

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  1. Directing tax dollars to political parties is inappropriate. The governing parties are using our money to support themselves, instead of directing that money to the general benefit of the population, such as healthcare.

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    1. Ah yes Ron … I’m not delving into whether it is right or wrong but rather why Ford wants to do it.

      cheers

      kgray

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