Mayor Jim Watson is calling for “punitive measures” for LRT door-holders
His coming out was 40 years in the making, the veteran politician said.
... as they say, "Better late than never."
"Come to Ottawa... so Canada can congratulate you!"
"This is true. It did happen!" tweeted Jim Watson.
He felt he shouldn't be hobnobbing with "the Americans who are taking shots at us all the time."
"Our government denounces recent acts of anti-Semitism in the strongest terms."
Police accountability has never been a strength on the federal, provincial and local levels. We are still lacking independent civil and independent bodies that would investigate the actions of law enforcement when such tragic incidents happen.
Three mayors take a stand against proposed meetups for "heterosexual men only" to pick up women as a pack of "tribesmen."
The issue of affordable high-speed Internet access in Canada is no better exemplified than through the actions and beliefs of three mayors across the country: Toronto's John Tory, Ottawa's Jim Watson, and Calgary's Naheed Nenshi. The way each city's mayor submitted letters to the federal government either defending the interests of Bell or the CRTC can show us a lot about how each leader intends to approach broadband infrastructure in their municipalities.