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Citizens are crying foul after the City of Hamilton posted signs at popular tobogganing spots warning that sledding was banned and violators would be fined up to $5,000. Cash strapped municipalities say they don't want to be grinches, but they just can't afford to expose themselves to potential lawsuits. The Agenda asks if this is creating a liability chill, and if our court system has lost touch with reality.



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Air Date: October 10, 2014
Station: Moose FM 99.5


Richard Halpern, partner at Thomson, Rogers and proud member of PIA Law discusses the laws regarding impaired driving and the work that the PIA is doing with MADD Canada to help eliminate impaired driving in Canada.

 



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TORONTO –After years of gridlock, transit delays and scandals, a large majority of Torontonians want recall legislation, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll done exclusively for Global News.

Eighty-seven per cent of the 1,252 polled by Ipsos Reid agreed Torontonians should be able to remove politicians from office if they don’t have confidence in their leadership.



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