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by:YEROO     2019-11-04
The city refused to resolve the issue in an advertising dispute. The city voted against a proposal to settle costs in a court battle with the Christian Heritage Party over controversial bus shelters ads.
With the exception of three members, all members have rejected proposals for a confidential settlement that are not relevant to the actual legal or constitutional rights dispute.
After a hearing earlier this month, the two sides are still waiting for the chamber\'s ruling.
The dispute is that it was up to a city to decide to advertise yank for bus shelters, which appears to oppose the use of female public restrooms by transgender women.
Advertising was purchased by the Christian Heritage Party (CHP)
They argued in court that the move violated the freedom of speech provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The Center for Health Protection asked the court to revoke the decision, re-advertise and force the city to pay unspecified fees.
Some residents have labeled both advertising and court proceedings as attacks on transgender communities.
Mayor Fred Eisenberg clarified on Wednesday that the rejected settlement proposal was only related to legal costs and \"mitigating\" potential costs in the future.
\"The court must still be right (constitutional)
He said.
Only members of parliament Maria Pearson, Tom Jackson and Doug Conley voted for the proposal for settlement of confidential fees.
This vote is with the previous 6-
The Commission\'s decision last week
The council will endeavor to maintain a vacancy in area VII. Prior to the autumn elections, the city will request provincial permission to keep the seats in the District 7 Council vacant.
The municipal bill calls for Parliament to fill the seats recently vacated by the new Progressive Conservative MPP Donna Skelly within 60 days, although October is coming soon. 22 election.
The municipal department has told the city that there is no exemption.
But most members of parliament supported the bill.
Either way, Lloyd Ferguson will ask the incoming minister on Wednesday.
Ferguson believes the move will save as much as $50,000, and neighboring lawmakers can \"put\" into helping the constituency work in the coming months.
He noted that if the new minister refused, there would be 60 days in law in the city to appoint a replacement.
The member for Lancaster also mentioned the holy city.
Earlier this month, Catherine chose to ignore the rules.
The city chose not to fill the vacancy, but to save wages at the fireworks display.
Other members of parliament, including Cohn, opposed the idea.
Matthew Green initially supported the idea of asking residents to apply to fill the position. Coun.
Aidan Johnson also believes that the Commission should not \"pick the cafeteria --
It respects or ignores the law.
The city will stick to its 21,000-square-
Foot limit of pot
Growing greenhouses in rural areas.
In a recent report, city planners suggested that Hamilton could consider allowing legal medical cannabis growers to build nearly 1 million square feet of greenhouses.
They believe that most growers are looking for bigger buildings and proposed greenhouses --
The architectural style is similar to Hamilton\'s flowers and cucumbers.
At least two major legal growers in rural Hamilton have applied for permission to expand their cultivation.
Rob pasuta, the only farmer in the Council, said he wanted the staff to look further into the issue, but most members chose to vote for the status quo.
The first two of the city\'s protected bicycles, lanemade permanentThe-
The conservation cycle lane experiment is now a permanent fixture on Cannon Street.
Parliament tested the East.
In the three years of the Western periodic track, the passenger load increased to 972 and 2015 between 580 and 2017.
About $340,000 of unused funds for the project will now be used to increase more protective flower pots between cars and bicycles, as well as to replace temporary rubber crossing curb stones.
However, more traffic research is under way, especially the collision.
The intersection of Mary, Wellington and Wentworth.
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3241 | @ MattatthespecCity refused to resolve the advertising dispute. The city voted against settling fees in a court battle with the Christian Heritage Party over controversial bus shelters advertising
With the exception of three members, all members have rejected proposals for a confidential settlement that are not relevant to the actual legal or constitutional rights dispute.
After a hearing earlier this month, the two sides are still waiting for the chamber\'s ruling.
The dispute is that it was up to a city to decide to advertise yank for bus shelters, which appears to oppose the use of female public restrooms by transgender women.
Advertising was purchased by the Christian Heritage Party (CHP)
They argued in court that the move violated the freedom of speech provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The Center for Health Protection asked the court to revoke the decision, re-advertise and force the city to pay unspecified fees.
Some residents have labeled both advertising and court proceedings as attacks on transgender communities.
Mayor Fred Eisenberg clarified on Wednesday that the rejected settlement proposal was only related to legal costs and \"mitigating\" potential costs in the future.
\"The court must still be right (constitutional)
He said.
Only members of parliament Maria Pearson, Tom Jackson and Doug Conley voted for the proposal for settlement of confidential fees.
This vote is with the previous 6-
The Commission\'s decision last week
The council will endeavor to maintain a vacancy in area VII. Prior to the autumn elections, the city will request provincial permission to keep the seats in the District 7 Council vacant.
The municipal bill calls for Parliament to fill the seats recently vacated by the new Progressive Conservative MPP Donna Skelly within 60 days, although October is coming soon. 22 election.
The municipal department has told the city that there is no exemption.
But most members of parliament supported the bill.
Either way, Lloyd Ferguson will ask the incoming minister on Wednesday.
Ferguson believes the move will save as much as $50,000, and neighboring lawmakers can \"put\" into helping the constituency work in the coming months.
He noted that if the new minister refused, there would be 60 days in law in the city to appoint a replacement.
The member for Lancaster also mentioned the holy city.
Earlier this month, Catherine chose to ignore the rules.
The city chose not to fill the vacancy, but to save wages at the fireworks display.
Other members of parliament, including Cohn, opposed the idea.
Matthew Green initially supported the idea of asking residents to apply to fill the position. Coun.
Aidan Johnson also believes that the Commission should not \"pick the cafeteria --
It respects or ignores the law.
The city will stick to its 21,000-square-
Foot limit of pot
Growing greenhouses in rural areas.
In a recent report, city planners suggested that Hamilton could consider allowing legal medical cannabis growers to build nearly 1 million square feet of greenhouses.
They believe that most growers are looking for bigger buildings and proposed greenhouses --
The architectural style is similar to Hamilton\'s flowers and cucumbers.
At least two major legal growers in rural Hamilton have applied for permission to expand their cultivation.
Rob pasuta, the only farmer in the Council, said he wanted the staff to look further into the issue, but most members chose to vote for the status quo.
The first two of the city\'s protected bicycles, lanemade permanentThe-
The conservation cycle lane experiment is now a permanent fixture on Cannon Street.
Parliament tested the East.
In the three years of the Western periodic track, the passenger load increased to 972 and 2015 between 580 and 2017.
About $340,000 of unused funds for the project will now be used to increase more protective flower pots between cars and bicycles, as well as to replace temporary rubber crossing curb stones.
However, more traffic research is under way, especially the collision.
The intersection of Mary, Wellington and Wentworth.
@ Thespec. com905-526-
3241 | @ Mattatthespec mvandongen @ thespec. com 905-526-
3241 | @ MattatthespecCity refused to resolve the advertising dispute. The city voted against settling fees in a court battle with the Christian Heritage Party over controversial bus shelters advertising
With the exception of three members, all members have rejected proposals for a confidential settlement that are not relevant to the actual legal or constitutional rights dispute.
After a hearing earlier this month, the two sides are still waiting for the chamber\'s ruling.
The dispute is that it was up to a city to decide to advertise yank for bus shelters, which appears to oppose the use of female public restrooms by transgender women.
Advertising was purchased by the Christian Heritage Party (CHP)
They argued in court that the move violated the freedom of speech provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The Center for Health Protection asked the court to revoke the decision, re-advertise and force the city to pay unspecified fees.
Some residents have labeled both advertising and court proceedings as attacks on transgender communities.
Mayor Fred Eisenberg clarified on Wednesday that the rejected settlement proposal was only related to legal costs and \"mitigating\" potential costs in the future.
\"The court must still be right (constitutional)
He said.
Only members of parliament Maria Pearson, Tom Jackson and Doug Conley voted for the proposal for settlement of confidential fees.
This vote is with the previous 6-
The Commission\'s decision last week
The council will endeavor to maintain a vacancy in area VII. Prior to the autumn elections, the city will request provincial permission to keep the seats in the District 7 Council vacant.
The municipal bill calls for Parliament to fill the seats recently vacated by the new Progressive Conservative MPP Donna Skelly within 60 days, although October is coming soon. 22 election.
The municipal department has told the city that there is no exemption.
But most members of parliament supported the bill.
Either way, Lloyd Ferguson will ask the incoming minister on Wednesday.
Ferguson believes the move will save as much as $50,000, and neighboring lawmakers can \"put\" into helping the constituency work in the coming months.
He noted that if the new minister refused, there would be 60 days in law in the city to appoint a replacement.
The member for Lancaster also mentioned the holy city.
Earlier this month, Catherine chose to ignore the rules.
The city chose not to fill the vacancy, but to save wages at the fireworks display.
Other members of parliament, including Cohn, opposed the idea.
Matthew Green initially supported the idea of asking residents to apply to fill the position. Coun.
Aidan Johnson also believes that the Commission should not \"pick the cafeteria --
It respects or ignores the law.
The city will stick to its 21,000-square-
Foot limit of pot
Growing greenhouses in rural areas.
In a recent report, city planners suggested that Hamilton could consider allowing legal medical cannabis growers to build nearly 1 million square feet of greenhouses.
They believe that most growers are looking for bigger buildings and proposed greenhouses --
The architectural style is similar to Hamilton\'s flowers and cucumbers.
At least two major legal growers in rural Hamilton have applied for permission to expand their cultivation.
Rob pasuta, the only farmer in the Council, said he wanted the staff to look further into the issue, but most members chose to vote for the status quo.
The first two of the city\'s protected bicycles, lanemade permanentThe-
The conservation cycle lane experiment is now a permanent fixture on Cannon Street.
Parliament tested the East.
In the three years of the Western periodic track, the passenger load increased to 972 and 2015 between 580 and 2017.
About $340,000 of unused funds for the project will now be used to increase more protective flower pots between cars and bicycles, as well as to replace temporary rubber crossing curb stones.
However, more traffic research is under way, especially the collision.
The intersection of Mary, Wellington and Wentworth.
@ Thespec. com905-526-
3241 | @ Mattatthespec mvandongen @ thespec. com 905-526-
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