This would allow for teachers to move to any part of Ontario and find a job. The seniority of the teachers could be placed for the whole of Ontario (not just the school board you work for) and then it would give the freedom for each teacher to find work all over Ontario. Actually why not include the whole of Canada! (why is education not run from Ottawa anyhow?)( Let the Feds run it!)
Abortion is the killing of an unborn child. What gives anyone the right to deny life to an innocent being just because it is inconvenient to them? Everyone has the right to life, even the vulnerable.
If speed limits are to be followed, then why not simply pass a law that mandates car companies to limit the speed of their vehicles to a certain maximum such 100km or 120km. This would address car racing, control extreme speeding, free up police officers to focus on others situations of importance, and most importantly make the roads safer for those driving and traveling on our roads. Furthermore, it is better for the ...more »
Every year Ontario sends $11,000,000,000 more to Ottawa than it gets back, lets become our own country and use that money for Ontario!
Get rid of Kathleen Wynne
According to this Wikipedia article ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irreligion_in_Canada ) which cites the 2011 Canadian Census, the number of people that claim no religion has increased a lot since the 2001 census and it is 23.1% in Ontario and 49.9% in the Yukon! That is not a negligible percentage. It is estimated that 4.9 million Canadians claim to have no religion. If we have that many people in Canada that are ...more »
Where so many Ontarian's possess the education and skills to contribute to Ontario's public service but never have the opportunity to pursue these occupations where employment opportunities are increasingly scarce, mandating retirement from the public service after 20-25 years would allow more Ontarian's to obtain gainful employment in the Public Service and have a chance to contribute their unique skills.
Some people object to being required to take the oath of allegiance due to violating their religious beliefs or opposition to hereditary privilege. The lieutenant governor, MPPs, justices of the superior courts, appellate courts and provincial courts, staff of the Ontario civil service, including crown appointees, are required to take the oath of allegiance to the queen.
At the moment, the Ontario provincial electoral districts are almost identical to the federal electoral districts contained in Ontario, resulting in northern Ontario electoral districts having a considerably smaller average populous compared to the other regions of Ontario. If the average number of people per riding were to decrease to the currently least populous riding (Kenora-Rainy River), there would be approximately ...more »
Cancel the discriminatory driving test for those over eighty years of age. The driving habits of Ontarians is quite appalling so discriminating against the elderly is most unfair. There would be more seniors voting Liberal if this discriminatory driving test were to be cancelled.
John E. Milnes
You should have to pay for your gas before filling.