For the second time in 72 hours, the London Free Press has printed unfounded allegations regarding Paul Cheng’s character, and campaign expenses. These allegations are speculative and untrue. Amongst all the unflattering words, the most untrue statement printed was that I do not respect City Hall.
How can you know what Londoners want for this City if you do not ask them? You can’t!
So I have been out asking: What is your Number One priority for London?
I am no expert on homelessness – but I have long recognized the homeless crisis in London and have repeatedly raised this as an issue The City of London must EFFECTIVELY address and rectify. This is a municipal and a provincial responsibility. Regardless of jurisdiction squabbles, these folks are not statistics. They are human beings! Read More
London was a major power house for many decades. Not now. After the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, resources, manufacturing and consumers became globally interconnected. The barriers to production and trade were lifted overnight and every economy was affected. Read More
Over the past few months, I’ve hosted a number of Town Halls and met with many business owners. When asked, “what’s the ONE thing you would change in our city?” Many business owners respond that the red tape and the obstructionist mentality in City Hall makes it incredibly difficult to do business in London. We need to be more pro-business and more responsive to the needs of business if we are going to grow our city. Read More