Thursday, October 29, 2020

Elections & an Interview with PQ Gym Owner Dany Laflamme: The October 29th, 2020 Age of Ingenuity

We’ve just come off a heavy political week in Canada, with provincial elections in Saskatchewan and British Columbia and two Federal by-elections in Toronto. We’re going to talk about that.

We're also going to note that most of those vying for public office didn’t talk about business closures, the ongoing lock downs or anything especially relevant to the electorate and voter turnout was low because of that.

Unlike the politicians, we will be talking with Dany Laflamme, the owner of Nova Gym Centre Fitness in Quebec. He’s decided he can either open his business in defiance of the Quebec government's new lock down edicts or go bankrupt. This blog feels his pain and wishes him the best.

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