Hey Mr. Premier – Tell Us You Didn’t Slash Toronto’s Council and Kill the Regional Chair Elections in Niagara and other Regions for Crass Political Reasons

Tell Us That & Come This October 22nd, Voters In Niagara May Give Your Political Pals Here The Boot Anyway

Ontario’s new Boss, Doug Ford

A Brief  Commentary by Doug Draper

Posted July 30th, 2018 on Niagara At Large

In the wake of Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s sudden and shocking decision to slash the size of Toronto’s city council in about half and cancel elections for Regional Chair in Niagara and other regions of the province, Niagara citizen activist Linda Babb shared some Tweets her daughter found online in reaction to Ford’s dump-it-out-on-a-Friday, July 27th decision.

Here is one of those Tweets – and a good one that that might be of interest to residents across Niagara –

Can you tell which one of the three regional elections Tweeter Jim Calder lists here applies to Niagara?

Maybe Some Of These People Know The Answer

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