Further to the Oct.7, 2010 CBC story, "PM's schedule should be public, court hears", that Canadians should have the right to see the daily agenda books of the prime minister and cabinet ministers, wouldn't it be nice to have the courts also deem that the same should apply for the provinces, and, for all municipalities?
Yes - all Ontarians should have the right to know what Dalton McGuinty's agenda is, moment by moment.
We should all know what McGuinty's secretive cabinet minister, MPP Jim Bradley, is scheduled to be doing, and see to it that he's not off doing something else.
Shouldn't we know what Ole Jimmy's supposed to be doing, every single minute he's "at work"?
When did Jim Bradley know about his Liberal government's secret G 20 law? Hmm...
Let us know what you think, Jim - should the law be changed for the feds, but, um, NOT FOR YOU? (... and not for St.Catharines mayor Brian McMullan, the greenie-chickenshit who - before an election - smugly REFUSES to reveal his position on people raising chickens in his city's backyards?!)
Lastewka's replacement Liberal Andrew Gill's quiet too - is he in favour of the court challenge's goals now, because the Conservative minority holds government; or does Gill agree with the Chretien Liberal majority's position from the 90's?