Hamilton City Council GIC for February 1, 2017: Ward Boundaries and More

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Hamilton City Council meet for their first GIC of February, the headline issue was the final vote on Ward Boundary reform. Councillors voted for their own gerrymandered wards, despite a clear warning from expert consultants that the gerrymander will be indefensible at a Ontario Municipal Board hearing.

Councillors also received a task force report on workforce development, which will guide numerous private and public sector partners in the coming year.

Full video replay. (Note: Ward Boundaries starts around 1:25)

One thought on “Hamilton City Council GIC for February 1, 2017: Ward Boundaries and More

  1. Hamilton City Council has been never known for having a significant number of members including leadership who are seemingly well qualified to perform the requirements of the job. In addition, does it appear that we have a significantly qualified Senior Management team with the ability to skillfully support and guide them.
    We can expect anthing out of them when it comes to looking after their own future and any significant decisions with respect to the operation of the city.

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