Healthy Transportation Coalition Vice-President Trevor Haché joins Mike and Jon to talk about… well… healthy transportation, and some other stuff. Speaking of which, have you all heard about the Harmer Bridge detour fiasco? You probably have, but you’ll hear more about it! [Note: the city has changed its decision on the detour between the time we recorded and the time we posted this. It’s good news, but not particularly considerate of the podcast.] All that, and what’s the deal with Rick Chiarelli? …on episode four of Technically Interesting.
What’s going on with K-town! (All right, fine, no one calls it that.) Mike chats with the four candidates for Kanata-North, finding out who they are, what they want for the ward and more! In addition, Jon and Mike talk about Amazon, planning and parking…and just generally bicker.
[Note: We recorded this three weeks ago, but, well, yeah, we’re only getting it up now, so some of the content–like talk about the incoming provincial government–might be a bit dated. Sorry. Blame Mike. –JM] On the second episode of Technically Interesting, Mike and Jon are pleasantly surprised to learn that more than one person listened to the first episode. They take a cynical look at the recent spate of spending leading up to the October election, talk about transit and dissect he politics park space in the city. There’s also a special shoutout to retiring Kanata North councillor Marianne Wilkinson. Enjoy!