End the partial clawback of funds earned through employment for those receiving ODSP. These people are the poorest people in this Province and esentially are living below the poverty line. What a sad state of affairs
As a radio broadcaster I was locked out of work , and my disabled x was refused needed helps . So we had to split , one way to show we can not compeer with duo incomes . later I started a biz , but found I was NOT able to make bulk purchases as a duo income had more clout with purchase power than I . Many reasons this edict of single incomes for the disabled who marry is wrong .
Why should office workers be the only ones to benefit from regular weekends? Let's give all employees a weekend. I suggest: 1. - permanent employees (full or part-time), with few exceptions, be entitled to 2 consecutive days off per week in companies that operate more than 5 days a week. 2. - one of those two days must be a Saturday or Sunday, i.e. employers can designate (or employees can choose) Friday/Saturday; Saturday/Sunday ...more »
I covered many stories ,where folks mixed pain killers and meds with deadly results of HARM to others . This should be a community safety issue to change ASAP . Here is a reference to the demand to endure pain. Info needed re this email , can you help find the answers . Why has this been allowed to continue under the Dalton Liberals > "[email protected] I guess I'm a bit confused by the question... ...more »
1. carbon tax. BC has done it successfully, it's Ontario's time, with tax dollars going to green initiatives and rebates for the less fortunate in Ontario. 2. Death with Dignity. It's time to educate the public, and get their input, on this delicate matter. No one's rights will be compromised, it's up to the individual to declare his/her wishes, and the doctors to be absolved legally. 3. Decriminalize marijuana ...more »
It's time to close down food banks. They started in the early '80s as a quick fix in that recession. They've grown into monoliths that the poorest of the poor rarely use. It's also providing our poorest citizens with horrible food choices. Ultimately, we need to give people enough money to feed themselves. We're not now. Background: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/commentary/its-time-to-close-canadas-food-banks/article587889/ ...more »