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Abolishing CRSB eligibility for non essential traveler

Hi This petition is to request that the Government of Canada abolish the CRSB eligibility, for a 1,000 $, for Canadians returning from non essential trips who need to quarantine which would cover for the lost of their revenu during those 14 days.It will be shared with the federal government.This is in response to the article published on January 2, 2021 in La Presse.Thank you all for your support. K Lessard

Created: 2021-01-02 Statistics

PETITION TO NOT RESTRICT ACCESS OF REGINA FACILITIES BASED ON VACCINATION STATUS

Whereas: • Without a vote from Regina City Council, unelected Chris Holden, City of Regina City manager has imposed a policy on Regina residents requiring the public to show proof of vaccination upon entering indoor City of Regina facilities. These facilities have been paid for by City of Regina residents through property taxes and therefore should be accessible regardless of residents' private medical status. • Chris Holden has bypassed Regina City Council on this very important decision and in

Created: 2021-09-07 Statistics

Students Supporting CUE Faculty Association

  While we as current students, alumni and members of the community understand that labour disputes do occur, we cannot sit idly by while the faculty continue to be negatively impacted by the University administration's unsustainable, aggressive and inflammatory labour relations strategies.  This is becoming an increasing issue at not only our school and we share the prevailing sentiment that: Faculty working conditions are student learning conditions While there are a number of issues left unr

Created: 2021-12-12 Statistics

Support Richmond Hill residents’ right to choose flexible voting methods!

Richmond Hill residents and voters should have the option to vote online or by paper ballot in the 2022 Municipal Elections. At the June 9th Council Meeting the Clerk will be presenting a report about voting methods for the 2022 Municipal Elections for Council approval. Read the Clerk's Report here  The Council Accountability Group (CAG) feels that the decision on which voting method to use at the time of voting should be made by the voters based on their individual needs at that time.  By sign

Created: 2021-05-14 Statistics

Keep the Bow Valley Parkway closed!

We are asking Parks Canada to keep the eastern 17km section of the Bow Valley Parkway (from Highway 1 junction to Johnston Canyon parking lot) CAR-FREE FROM MAY TO THE END OF SEPTEMBER SEVEN DAYS A WEEK.   We don't think that the two proposed options go far enough because they do not include the busiest months of July and August.   We love this safe way of exercising and call on Parks Canada to keep providing this high-quality and environmentally friendly experience to locals and visitors foreve

Created: 2021-08-07 Statistics

Keep SCOTIABANK Sheet Harbour open

After 105 years our Local Scotiabank in Sheet Harbour is closing, this is a decision of the head office of Scotiabank. Our community uses this branch on a daily basis and many of our eldery do not travel ourside of the community. This is unfair and will affect everyone who lives in Sheet Harbour and surrounding areas!! Scotiabank head office should be taking into account where we are located and the people in our community are for the most part older and depend on Scotiabank to do their banking

Created: 2022-01-13 Statistics

Reopen Broadview Union Hospital

We, the undersigned, are concerned citizens who urge our leaders to act now to reinstate Broadview Union Hospital to full acute, ER and lab services.

Created: 2021-06-24 Statistics

Dialysis Unit in Flowers Cove

The purpose of this petition is to bring attention to the Department of Health in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Regional Health Authority of Labrador Grenfell Health regarding the urgent need to have a Renal Dialysis Unit in Flowers Cove. There are currently 8 residents in this area who commute to St. Anthony 2-3 times per week for dialysis treatment. In addition there are people who are potentially going to need renal dialysis; these residents are currently patients of Dr.

Created: 2022-01-15 Statistics

South Frontenac residents' request for enactment of a Short Term Rental Policy and enhanced Bylaws

It is the view of the undersigned that there is a stringent need to inspect, license, monitor and control STRs. Especially in the case of the systematic encroachment by individuals, group investors and property management companies who target home purchases for rental income, often from outside the township, leading to unsupervised, large occupancy rentals. There are currently some very obvious issues with this:   1.       Supervision/Selection and number of guests – Remote hosts are not able to

Created: 2021-10-05 Statistics

Show community support for Camp Lutherlyn’s request to the County of Renfrew, Ontario, for property tax exemption for the land used solely for recreational use.

We, the undersigned residents of Renfrew County, would like the County of Renfrew to know that we support the application of Camp Lutherlyn for their request for a property tax exemption under the section of the Ontario Assessment Act that provides for exemption for land owned by religious organizations and used solely for recreational purposes. The exemption request is for all the property at 201 Lutherlyn Drive (Hoffman Beach) which has no buildings or other uses and a partial property tax exe

Created: 2021-02-04 Statistics