Mayor Fred Eisenberger has settled on a decision that local political pundits and residents have speculated about for some time.
Announced Monday, June 20 via a press release and multiple media appearances, the three-term Hamilton mayor revealed that he will not be seeking re-election this October.
One of those media appearances was on 900 CHML’s Bill Kelly Show. On the show, Eisenberger said that he recently had the opportunity to travel to Europe, more specifically his hometown of Amsterdam in the Netherlands where he grew up, and he was able to reflect on “the whole journey” of his three terms as mayor.
As of June 2022, the City of Hamilton is now home to a free-floating car-share pilot service.
Yet another study has come out examining the feasibility of a basic income system. As you may recall, such a system – also known as Guaranteed Annual Income (GAI) – would ensure that every citizen receive a certain income payment annually whether they work or not.
An increasing number of op-eds being written conclude that the governing Liberals have effectively undermined the institution of Parliament to a point that our government’s executive and legislative branches are dysfunctional.
Let’s talk about the deficit. Everyone’s favorite topic in Canadian politics, I know.