On this date in history....



    TORONTO, Oct. 6 /CNW/ -

    October 6, 1769: Sir Isaac Brock, the "Hero of Upper Canada," is born. He
will later die after being shot defending Upper Canada during the Battle of
Queenston Heights in the War of 1812.
    October 6, 1927: Canadian-born film produces, the Warner brothers, debut
the world's first talking film in New York City. The film, The Jazz Singer,
stars Al Jolson and contains 291 spoken words.

    And now...Dalton McGuinty's Do-Over:

    In 2003, Dalton McGuinty promised to "invest in homecare so that
    Ontarians can receive better care at home."

    But in a 2006 interview with Healthcare Quarterly, George Smitherman
    said, "One area where we haven't done our best work, where we are nowhere
    near maximizing our potential...is our obligation to support people to
    age in place. We...have yet to fully consider the necessary resources and
    policies that support people who live out their days in the home that
    they have known. ...I really feel that our commitment to community care
    over the last three years has not yet seen our best public policy
    work...."

    Now it's 2007 and Dalton McGuinty is promising to "support Ontario
    seniors who want to stay in their own homes."

    If you couldn't believe Dalton McGuinty in 2003 why would you believe him
now?
    Leadership Matters.




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