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Can taxpayers afford giving a 35% raise over 3 years to education workers? Our mental health's relationship with music & What's the big issue this municipal election will tackle?

Can taxpayers afford giving a 35% raise over 3 years to education workers? Our mental health's relationship with music & What's the big issue this municipal election will tackle?

Update: 2022-08-24
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Is a 35% raise something that the government can afford to give to education workers over the next 3 years? While a strike voting is set to take place, will either side back down?

Guest: Jay Goldberg, Ontario Director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation

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A British study found that 85.7% of respondents feel that music is vital to maintaining their mental health. Should this be surprising to us or has the ability to bring music with us allowed it to become a much more integral part of us?

Guest: Eric Alper Publicist and Music Commentator

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What is this municipal election going to be about? There doesn't seem to be any one central issue that's in question - or is there?

Guest: Larry Di Ianni, Host & Community Producer, Cable 14 & Former Hamilton Mayor

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Can taxpayers afford giving a 35% raise over 3 years to education workers? Our mental health's relationship with music & What's the big issue this municipal election will tackle?

Can taxpayers afford giving a 35% raise over 3 years to education workers? Our mental health's relationship with music & What's the big issue this municipal election will tackle?

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