‘Doctors For Justice In Long-Term Care’ want action in what they call an Ontario LTC crisis. Who stands with these doctors to demand the best for our seniors, Bill Kelly asks.
Bill Kelly has a solid background in media with over 40 years of broadcast experience and over 20 years with 900 CHML. He hosted a daily, nationally broadcast, interactive political talk show for five years on CHTV and worked as a stadium announcer for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for 13 seasons. Bill also held a council seat in Hamilton from 1997-2005, and is a graduate of Mohawk College. He was honored as one of Mohawk College’s Alumni of Distinction.
Donald Trump never grew to respect the presidency, Bill Kelly says. ‘Quite the opposite, in fact.’
Although deserved, impeachment may not happen any time soon, Bill Kelly says.
Shutting down ski resorts, which have strict coronavirus protocols in place, could be fatal to the industry, writes Bill Kelly.
The opening lines of ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ by Charles Dickens perfectly capture the year 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic, writes Bill Kelly.
Too many people are bending the rules or ignoring coronavirus rules, so the government reacts with tighter regulations, Bill Kelly writes.
There seems to be a sense of inevitability that Ontario is headed for some version of another COVID-19 lockdown, Bill Kelly says.
Funding for long-term care shouldn’t be the subject of a political turf war, especially in a life-or-death situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, Bill Kelly says.
History, and human decency, tells us that residential schools represent some of the darkest days in our Canadian history, Bill Kelly says.
It’s long past time for Hamilton to come down hard on businesses and individuals who abuse and ignore pandemic rules, Bill Kelly says.
Good on Pfizer for honouring its government contracts to ensure that the people who need it most get it first, Bill Kelly says.
The premiers didn’t get what they wanted, when they wanted it, but they left with more than they had when the meeting started. That should be a good day for them, Bill Kelly says.
The doctors, nurses, personal support workers, police, firefighters and paramedics should be first to roll up their sleeves, Bill Kelly says.
Hamilton has been misled and uninformed by Metrolinx and the provincial government about the cost and financial commitment for a Hamilton LRT, Bill Kelly says.
The former Conservative cabinet minister’s resignation shows that protecting the environment isn’t just a left-wing issue, nor should it be, writes Bill Kelly.