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Free the Kia

Memorable. Loveable. Laughable. Green. Kia. Arrived quickly in our town and lives and has made an impression on us all. This is more than a vehicle. This is a source of undeniable joy for at least 48 hours or until something better comes along. We cannot allow this vehicle to be ticketed and thus shaming, nay tainting, our enjoyment.  NO TICKET FOR THE KIA. FREE THE KIA.

Created: 2022-01-17 Statistics

Vaccines to the Himalayas - Open Letter to the European Commission

Open Letter to the European Commission to facilitate direct transfers of excess Covid-19 vaccines from EU member states to the countries with most urgent needs, namely Nepal and Bhutan Dear Commission President von der Leyen, We would like to bring to your attention the pressing issue of excess vaccines which were purchased by the member states through the centralized EU vaccine acquisition mechanism. Many of these vaccines, such as Vaxzervia produced by AstraZeneca, are not being administered

Created: 2021-07-04 Statistics

Long Island Seeks Change to a broken Healthcare System

Im asking all Long Islanders and those who love our island to support this letter addressed to Dr. Michael Darville, Minister of Health & Wellness. Let's speak up about our concerns so that they hear us! #LongIslandStrong   Dear Sir: We, the residents of Long Island, write to you with heavy hearts following the recent tragedy that happened on our peaceful island on Friday night (21st January, 2022). In the midst of our own heartbreak and disbelief, we also write with disappointment and great

Created: 2022-01-25 Statistics

Prohibit Making Public Allegations of Criminality & Child Abuse Prior to being Convicted in a Court of Law.

To the Honourable the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, in Legislature Assembled: The Petition of the undersigned, Jolene Johnson, of National Risk Management Group Ltd, of the city of Burnaby, in the Province of British Columbia, states that: A Bill should be passed prohibiting the publication or make any way known of an individual’s name, photo, and nature of criminal offence prior to that individual being convicted by an independent and impartial tribunal. The bill fur

Created: 2021-05-03 Statistics

A single father of colour, fighting for his innocence due to a miscarriage of justice

Jasbinder Singh has been sentenced to life in prison. Without any forensic evidence or eye-witness accounts to aid his conviction and be proven guilty, he endured a 10-week long trial period to long protest his innocence.As a single father of colour, his 4 children, one currently in foster care, are left alone. Jasbinder has been in prison since last August and has been over-strained mentally and physically as a result of being sustained in harsh conditions before, during, and after his trial. H

Created: 2021-07-23 Statistics

Stop Physical Separations for Bike Lanes In Etobicoke along Rathburn & Martingrove Roads

The City of Toronto is aggressively pursuing physical separation of bike lanes in Etobicoke, only providing a short one month notice for public consultation, and in the month of December when folks are busy planning for the holidays.  A link to the notice for public consultation can be found here:   https://www.toronto.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/904e-2020-11-23_Martin-Grove_Notice-of-Commencement_AODA.pdf   Adding physical separation for bike lanes along Rathburn and along Martin Grove road t

Created: 2020-11-27 Statistics

PARO for Residents demanding improved working conditions

This petition is to spur action from PARO to demand from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care (the ministry) improvement in our working conditions in 4 key ways and to stop all forms of systemic exploitation:   1.     End all 24 hour shifts or receive a minimum of $50/hour for working any extra time past 12 hours.   2.     A significant increase in salary.   3.     A drastic shift in the culture around residency.   4.     Removing all registration fees from Universities.     We the undersig

Created: 2022-01-23 Statistics

Boston College COVID-19 Booster Mandate

When signing, please include your connection to BC when you sign (Alumnus, Parent, Student, Faculty, Staff, etc....) URGENT COMMUNICATION   January 3, 2022 To: Fr. William P. Leahy and executive members of the Boston College Board of Trustees Dear Fr. Leahy and friends, We are a group of over 900 members of the Boston College family – parents, students, faculty, staff, and alumni – writing this urgent letter of concern to you, in consultation with expert clinicians, to request a time critical m

Created: 2022-01-03 Statistics

To keep the Swan Hills Treatment Centre in operation to its full capabilities

Recently the UCP Alberta Government (Alberta Infrastructure) has reduced the Swan Hills Treatment Centre’s manpower and the waste we are allowed to process. This has resulted in:   Layoffs: These lay-offs have deeply affected the Town of Swan Hills, as SHTC is one of its biggest employers. The layoffs have also affected former employees and contractors from the communities of Edmonton, Whitecourt, Fort Assiniboine, Slave Lake and Barrhead.   Waste generators: having to find alternate means of d

Created: 2021-12-13 Statistics

SAVING MANITOBA MEDICAL FIRST RESPONSE AGENCIES

The College of Paramedics of Manitoba seeks to increase the current Emergency Medical Responder training course from 120 hours to 360 hours, effectively tripling the commitment required from individuals. This is unreasonable and untenable if Fire Departments are to successfully recruit and retain “volunteer” Emergency Medical Responders within rural municipalities. We, the undersigned, believe that the current training course of 120 hours serves our communities well. We vehemently oppose the inc

Created: 2021-12-03 Statistics