Brantford Council’s Bold Move to Unleash Taxi Market Competition

City council in Brantford is poised to make significant changes to the local taxi industry, with the aim of creating a more competitive and dynamic market. The proposed changes, which are expected to be approved at the upcoming March 26 meeting, will remove existing restrictions that currently regulate the industry. Background Currently, the city of … Read more

Toronto Based Industrial Bakery Fined $12,000 for Environmental Protection Act violations

An industrial bakery, Tradition Fine Foods Ltd., based in Toronto, faced legal repercussions as it was convicted of Environmental Protection Act violations, resulting in a fine of $12,000 and a victim fine surcharge of $3,000. Violations Unveiled Tradition Fine Foods Ltd. was found guilty of failing to comply with the conditions of a ministry approval, … Read more

Alberta Trucking Company and Director Fined $140,000 for Environmental Violations Nipigon Court

In a recent ruling at Nipigon Court, V Trans Ltd., a prominent trucking company based in Alberta, along with its director Husanpreet Singh, faced hefty fines totaling $140,000 for violating the Environmental Protection Act (EPA). The convictions stem from multiple offenses, including the failure to report a pollutant spill and non-compliance with ministry orders for … Read more

Premier Ford: Ontario allocates $17.6M to Hamilton via Building Faster Fund

Hamilton, a bustling city in Ontario, has garnered attention today as Premier Doug Ford announced a substantial financial injection of $17,587,390. The funds stem from Ontario’s Building Faster Fund, a program initiated to combat the housing supply crisis. Hamilton’s exceptional performance in surpassing its 2023 housing target, with the groundbreaking of 4,142 new housing units, … Read more

Brampton Landlords Protest Against Relaunch Of Rental Licensing Pilot Program

Dozens of Brampton landlords gathered outside city hall to protest the city’s two-year rental licensing pilot, which they believe unfairly penalizes compliant landlords. The Residential Rental Licensing Pilot (RRL) is set to relaunch in five of the city’s wards, with inspections and penalties for property owners who violate property standards. Protesting Compliance The landlords, including … Read more