I have asked the mayors of 15 cities, including Dorval, Pointe-Claire, Beaconsfield, to follow the lead of Cote St Luc and pass bylaws making masks, bandannas mandatory when shopping indoors, shopping centres, public buildings, or when surrounded by large numbers of strangers. I received one reply. It was from Georges Bourelle, Mayor of Beaconsfield. Personally, I have been dealing with many mayors since I have found most of them to be incapable of doing what is fully in the obvious best interest of the public. I find the negative response, and being ignored by every other mayor , proof positive of this. Will you write to your mayor today or better yet all 3 and encourage them to enact the same bylaw that Cote St Luc had the good sense to pass? Simply copy the following link and post on Facebook and send it off in emails. I am prepared to give Dorval the solution on one conditions. They must pass the same motion that Cote St.
I have good news for you! Thanks to your help, and the contributions of many people interested in protecting and preserving the English-speaking community in Quebec, a petition went online this week:. Kelley will read the petition into the record in the National Assembly in the winter of You are welcome to promote the petition among your numerous contacts and on your social media accounts.
It is time for the xenophobia to stop.
Four years ago I did some things that resulted in the prices of wine in Quebec decreasing. I saved wine drinkers millions of dollars! Before getting to that, we have a major problem in our riding. The following is in response to my request that Mr. Kelley order thousands of English Covid 19 booklets from Quebec and have them distributed through supermarkets and pharmacies in the riding. Note that no effort would be considered to get the booklets out. We are receiving a high volume of requests from people who are suffering. Your concern is valid, but there are logistical limitations at the moment. Had the government done its job and sent the guide to all Quebecers in the language already registered as their preference, we would not be in this situation. I was personally responsible for 7 buildings in Pointe Claire.
Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. Murray Levine, a candidate for city councillor in Dorval, was furious when he said he recently caught Dorval security taking down his elections signs. But what really threw him over the edge is when security told him Dorval mayor Edgar Rouleau was the one who ordered their removal. But if the reason is because of the wording, he insists freedom of expression allows him to write what he wants on his posters.