Scheduling key board vote around Justin Trudeau’s schedule was bad optics, says Waterfront Toronto chair


    At a Wednesday meeting of the Ontario legislature’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts, Waterfront Toronto staff faced questions over whether a vote on a controversial smart-city deal with Google sister company Sidewalk Labs was rushed to ensure the prime minister could be present to announce the partnership. Stephen Diamond said the optics were “unfortunate,” and that rushing the vote “was likely not the smartest or wisest move to be made.” (The Logic)

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