Fair & Just Society

Amendment to the Law on the City of Ottawa (Chapter 3 of 2005)

Our Liberal government has missed an opportunity with its Amendment Act, 1999 Ottawa (Chapter 3 of the Statutes of Ontario, 2005). On 9 May 2001, when Bob Chiarelli was mayor, the city of Ottawa has declared bilingual, by an overwhelming majority of 17 against 5, and asked the provincial government (at the time that Mike Harris) "amend the 1999 Law on the City of Ottawa to demand that the administration of the City of ...more »

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Accession to the International Francophonie / bilingualism

I suggest that Ontario enters the Francophonie and become an officially bilingual province. Such membership would help Ontario's economy. Examples. First, an article on 9 and 10 February 2013 published in La Libre Belgique, a leading Belgian daily, reported that "Canada hosts (Belgium) information sessions to attract Belgian workers." This article stated that "participants are most interested to go to Quebec and New Brunswick ...more »

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NEW ONTARIO FLAG

The currently flag of Ontario was enacted by the Flag Act on May 21, 1965 in the Legislature of the Province of Ontario. The flag is a defaced Red Ensign, with the Union Flag in the canton and the Ontario shield of arms in the fly. Before 1965, the Canadian Red Ensign had served as the national flag of Canada. It was flown at all military installations in Canada and overseas, outside the legislature and government buildings, ...more »

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bring a new bilingual university campus to Chatham Kent

I think to bring a campus of the university of Ottawa to Chatham Kent would demonstrate Ottawa's commitment to excellence in Chatham Kent and a hand in the every day business of the Legislature here in Chatham Kent where one tends to feel alienated from the conversation in the life of the Nation and parliament and the rest of Ontario. Despite so much Canadian history occurring here

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