City of London seeks public input on lowering residential speed limits

Staff with the City of London are reaching out to residents for feedback on the idea of lowering speed limits in residential neighbourhoods. The current limit in most residential areas is 50 kilometres per hour, but last month, the civic…

Saint-Lazare council addresses proposed development on Côte-Saint-Charles

Saint-Lazare city council debunked rumours about a proposed development project near Mon Village restaurant on Côte-Saint-Charles, at the intersection of Highway 40. Several people were upset over rumours the project’s sewage and runoff would eventually find its way into the…

Calgary city council divided as it gets ready to debate new business tax relief

Some Calgary councillors are getting set to submit a new plan to ease the burden on small businesses facing huge tax hikes. Global’s Tomasia DaSilva has details and reaction to the latest plan and the strong message some are sending…

New notice of motion to help Calgary business owners to be debated Monday

On Monday, Calgary city councillors will debate a new solution to ease the tax crisis local businesses are facing. Ward 1 Councillor Ward Sutherland is one of ten councillors that support the notice of motion, which calls for $130 million…

Should Calgary bring fluoridated water back? Council expected to review new study this month

Both sides of Calgary’s fluoride debate are lobbying elected officials as the issue comes up again this summer. Members of Safe Water Calgary hosted an event on Saturday at the Central Library to share studies they say point to the…

Court documents show websites targeting incumbent councillors in 2018 London election registered to 2 men

A lawyer representing Ward 5 Coun. Maureen Cassidy and former Ward 10 Coun. Virginia Ridley says the pair have obtained a Superior Court order that seeks to identify the creators of websites allegedly targeting the then-incumbent councillors during London’s 2018…

City committee votes to review proposed changes to London’s public nuisance bylaw

Proposed changes for London’s public nuisance bylaw may be en route for a detour after the community and protective services committee recommended a second revision of the bylaw. Leading the administrative roadblock was a legal push from the London Property…

Province calls for plans to redevelop Ontario Place

May 28 2019 6:03pm The Ford Government has officially opened up their calls for redeveloping Ontario Place. But Toronto politicians are already blasting the lack of collaboration with the city. Matthew Bingley reports. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id…