The events in Charlotte are sickening. . . . . What else is there to say?
I was in attendance today as Councillor John Sprovieri delivered his apology to City Council concerning an email exchange which went viral. The speaking notes for his statement, delivered orally, are presented in full below. To the City of Brampton, my colleagues and my fellow Canadians, I wish to discuss my recent comments regarding values … More An apology, issued by Councillor John Sprovieri
Okay, I’m not wrong this time, necessarily, but yes, that handsome fellow had one helluva good point! Let me explain… I met with a resident of the area I call Central Brampton, to discuss the needs of residents. This fellow, who asked not to be named, spoke to me of his love for the city, … More When I’m wrong, I’m wrong. The details will shake you to your core
I have a great oppportunity. I have an “earwax flavored wine” brewing facility. It’s one of a kind, literally, it’s the only one in the world. Now, my sales are abysmal. It seems no one wants to actually purchase my earwax flavored wines. But I really like selling it. I have been making it my … More A tale as old as time
It’s funny, but I can’t help but feel that a mayor should be accountable to the people, administrations should be transparent, and city hall should respect the taxpayer. You heard it here first! Our leadership should fight for residents to increase services in an affordable way, without letting taxes grow out of control. Let’s just … More Caught on camera! The picture this rumored mayoral hopeful doesn’t want you to see
As I drove to the Port Credit GO Station, I asked my passenger to take a quick photo of the Square One Skyline, noting with interest that my hands free GPS was telling me I was still 6km away from the station. This is just the North-West portion of the skyline, and doesn’t hold a … More Always on the GO
By Guest Columnist: Cody Vatcher Mayor Jeffrey has been bogged down recently by articles from various media outlets, most of which are check-ins on her progress on her campaign promise to “disrupt the state quo.” Sitting in the council chambers for many months, you’ll recognize the frequent flashbacks to past councils and whatever blame can … More Downwards and Backwards By Guest Columnist: Cody Vatcher