Joey Coleman Returns to talk about the Charter of Rights and Hamilton City Hall
Friend of the podcast Joey Coleman, editor of Hamilton's crowdfunded The Public Record, returns to discuss the latest goings on at Hamilton City Hall, including a potential Charter of Rights and Freedoms violation via a move to prevent letters critical of the councillor conduct. Then we look at the disturbing pattern of seemingly excessive and counterproductive hostility towards any avenues by which citizens might be more involved or provide comment on what is happening at Hamilton City Hall.
Wherever you live, we highly recommend listeners check out The Public Record at thepublicrecord.ca for its insight into a City Hall in crisis.
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