Aug 30 - 2022

The 905 Round-Up – We’re Back from Summer!

The 905er

About the Episode

Well we’re back folks!

After a restful recovery over the summer, from the tumult which was our most recent Ontario election, Joel and Roland decided to return to behind the microphones.  Just in time for another election!  This falls’ municipal election.

With the deadline to register as a candidate recently passed, we decided to take a look at who was throwing their hat in the ring for this election to decide the course of action for our communities in the 905 for the next four years.  Let’s just say our view of the playing field is less than optimistic.

We give you our honest and no holds bar take on this election’s offerings and ponder where is the vision and bold ideas that we need for the serious problems we all face in the region.

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