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Booking Seats for the Irish Children.
Posted on July 30, 2014 by irishroverpei
I read an article in today’s paper about Alison Redford former Premier of Alberta. Alberta’s auditor general found “false passengers” booked on some government flights so the then Premier could fly alone. It reminded me of an event I had … Continue reading →
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