The Ontario government is looking for a new human rights watchdog.
Former Toronto mayor Barbara Hall, chief commissioner for the Ontario Human Rights Commission, is retiring at the end of next month.
Hall, 68, who was appointed to the $167,000-a-year post by former premier Dalton McGuinty in 2005, has had her term extended four times.
Her contract expires Feb. 27 and a new chief is expected to be named before then.
Several candidates are being considered including former MPP New Democrat MPP Rosario Marchese
But I can think of no one better than Olivia Chow.
Do you think so as well? Then we need to start a movement to bombard Wynne with emails and tweets to rally Chow to the job.