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disRespect Radio
Hamilton Activists peer into the fixed income crystal ball
Weekly Program
Peter Hutton and Laura Katiri of Hamilton Roundtable against poverty
 disRespect disability awareness radio  Contact Contributor
Nov. 22, 2011, 2:22 p.m.
Peter, Laura and I speculate on the foot-dragging review of social service fixed incomes, the need for reforms, and the possible future pace of those reforms under and avowedly neo-liberal government in Ontario which had just won a third term as a minority in the Legislature
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Geoff Langhorne, Host, Writer, Producer

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My apologies for late postings -

The Hamilton Public Library has banned our show from use of their facilities and now faces the Acessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and its $50,000 daily personal and $100,000 daily institutional fines.

In the meantime your host has had to go out of town to access the news that we review for you on the show.

As host I had also reached the limits of a fixed income continuously declining for twenty years. Discussions with Ontario Disability Support have yielded enough money for my shoes for the winter and the medications I have taken unsupported by the Provincial drug plan since before I became disabled. Your host is now in the process of digging out from under the overhang, emotional and financial, of this government-mandated income shortfall.

Now, which pocket did I put that Christmas shopping money in?

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Hamilton Activists peer into the fixed income crystal ball
01:00:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
93.3FM CFMU Hamilton, Ontario
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