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April Fools Day!

Having just heard Jason Kenny announce a 1.5 billion investment in the Keystone pipeline. Plus a further 6 billion on future loan guarantees I checked my calendar. Yes indeed it was April first! April Fools Day. But wait! Kenny is … Continue reading

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April Fools Day!

Let’s not speak of the pandemic or the serious issues it is causing to millions of people world wide. Let’s instead talk about our own government, struggling to continuing as normal as is possible under these difficult circumstances. Yes folks, … Continue reading

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United Way?the wrong way.

 I cannot think of one single or sensible reason why the Federal Government would believe giving an aid package to the United Way to administer is in seniors best interests. The money has been allotted via United Way to provide … Continue reading

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Liquor stores closing! DUH!!

Sometimes I have to give my head a shake at the things politicians do. How stupid can they be? They announce liquor stores are closing within the next 24 hours. Then they and the health care professionals are surprised and … Continue reading

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What a Difference a Day Makes!

Approximately one month ago there was an outbreak in an area of China. No worries we are thousands of miles from China. Move ahead a few weeks and we have a couple of cases in British Columbia! No worries that’s … Continue reading

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Rails to Trails?

I sent a letter to the editor last week on the subject of the snowmobile association owning the trails from December through March. No one else is allowed on the trails during this period? The snowmobile association claim they groom … Continue reading

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Confederation Bridge?

I don’t have any idea of the amounts of tax payer money went into the building of the bridge. Nevertheless it would have been a substantial amount. Yet the bridge is privately owned until, I think, 2030 when it reverts … Continue reading

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Time to Change the Voting to PR

FPTP Voting system doesn’t workPosted on March 6th 2020by irishroverpei I think its time we rethought our archaic voting system. The people of PEI voted in a plebiscite to change the system a few years ago. MacLauchlan refused to accept … Continue reading

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Rails to Trails?

I’m a little confused by the term “Rails to Trails”, as I thought I understood it. Apparently during the winter months it is known as “Rails to Snowmobile Trails”. Only to be used by the Provincial Snowmobile Association. Banned from … Continue reading

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Wishing Fourteen years of Liberal Corruption and beyond! A PC Merry Christmas

March 2020 Update on the changing political times———-NOT—–That’s a joke!! I suppose one shouldn’t be surprised by the Premiers glowing comments below! I should just accept this as the old style governments as usual. Or in other words, Liberals and … Continue reading

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