Randy Hillier

Using expert advice, Randy Hillier created a simulated scientific model. 

Former Ontario independent MPP Randy Hillier (Lanark-Frontenac-Kingston) said people who want to understand 15 minute cities should look at his chicken pen. 

“And I know we have a proclivity in our culture, in our society today, that we have to rely on expert models before we can make a decision if something’s good or bad,” said Hillier in a video. 

Reporter (Alberta)

Jonathan Bradley is a Reporter for the Western Standard & Alberta Report. Bradley has contributed stories to the National Post, True North, and Canadaland. He obtained a master's degree in media production at Toronto Metropolitan University.

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(5) comments

Alberta Rules

Well Randy Hillier, YOU are obviously an unconscious incompetent. and should be put in the " chicken coup " your 15 Minute city..No wonder YOU were an MP , YOU all lack the grey matter necessary to communicate, but MY chickens do


Generation Screwed needs more Alexas before they have no future.

Jerry Terpstra

How do you know they are happy. They might be smart and know that if they stop laying eggs they are chicken soup

AB Sovereignty

There are a couple of people worthy of the designation "Great Canadian". Hillier is one of them


City folk are too stupid to understand this analogy, I watched them spin in circles demanding neighbour's wear masks and calling police on those who had guests over for Christmas during covid.

The war for 15 minute cities will be fought and won in the rural areas.

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