Jobs & Economy

Further Investment in Tourism

Further investment in Tourism is greatly needed. This does not only relate to the promotion of Ontario through local, national, and international advertisements, but also by contributing to the arts, beautification projects, local festivals, concerts, renovations, transit improvements, urban planning, and the creation of new tourist attractions.

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Sustainable Communities

Free Wi-Fi Zones in public spaces in towns and cities

Every town and city in Ontario should have a free Wi-Fi zone in public spaces to be accessed by residents and visitors. Ontario should establish a fund to be accessed by municipalities to provide free Wi-Fi zones on a shared cost basis. Ontario is lagging behind many other areas in providing public hotspots. London, England, Paris and New York City provide hundreds of free Wi-Fi zones. New York is creating access in ...more »

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Canada Day Parade

Canada Day Parade Downtown Toronto

 

July 1 is Canada Day and Downtown Toronto does not have a Canada Day Parade for seniors and their Grandchildren to attend

 

Th city is growing exponentially and filling up quick with Families. This will boost morale and Canadian Pride and increase tourism to the Downtown Core

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Fair & Just Society

Shift Workers & Tourism

Zoning and liquor laws should take into account the interests of Canada's ever increasing workforce that doesn't work 9-5, monday to friday as well as students & tourists. It should be possible for shift workers to fully participate in our society. That means that it should be possible for accredited persons to access licenced establishments when the majority of citizens are likely to be asleep.

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Increase Funding for the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs

Snowmobiling has been part of the rural Ontario lifestyle for over 40 years. Contributing about $1.2 billion each winter to the provincial economy, it is also a vital economic and social driver for Ontario. The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) operates over 40,000 kilometres of trails in Ontario, and relies mostly on volunteers. For every kilometer of trail, it costs local snowmobile clubs about $412 to ...more »

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Lifting Ontario's Black Community out of Poverty and Despair

Toronto's African-Canadian community is under great distress and in a state of perpetual despair. Our youths have nothing to live for and do not feel connected to the larger society. I am not going to cite all the studies that has been done over the past 40 years and is collecting dust. Suffice to say the structural unemployment rate of African- Canadians is above 40%. Now is the time for our Liberal friends to step ...more »

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Health Awareness Concert

Similar to Toronto ROCKS concert to combat SARS fears in Toronto. Ontario needs a Health awareness concert to show the world that we have the healthiest and most productive workforce and we are continuously working on improving the Health and Well being of our citizens. This will also provide Tourism and much needed boost and awareness to the Health Food and Meal replacement Industry We should have all the different ...more »

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