The 407 program and Injection sites/Meth clinics should be soon, we can only hope.
1.6 million a year in Toronto just to operate those injection sites.. a person who dies while on welfare/odsb it is limited to the services they receive when they die (meaning no burial stone etc), it wont cost that much for a few extra deaths, plus those druggies will stop being a drain on the system, win win? These injection sites don't help people, they just condone the use of the drugs. No different than basic income pilot, it does not help people get jobs, just allows them to collect extra money while staying at home watching TV.
A drop from 3% to 1.5% raise is still a savings, don't you learn math? Counselors cost $115,000 a year.. a staffer.. maybe $60,000, back to the math question I just asked, if they let 20 go and only hire 5 at a cheaper salary, is that not a overall savings?
Also this is documented -> “This will raise your hydro rates,” Fedeli said. “Last year, Hydro One applied for a rate increase citing higher executive compensation. They asked Ontario to raise hydro rates to pay for their raises last year. What’s going to stop them from doing that this year and now that it’s wildly exorbitant?”
So, wouldn't cheaper executive pay equal less demand to compensate executives? I am not sure, but that sounds like cheaper rates for the consumer, my math may be off.