Category Archives: politics

Doctor Shortage vs Homeless???

I suppose when one has never been homeless most of us fail to understand the deprivation and struggle an individual goes through. I have never been homeless so have no idea how hard it must be for those unfortunate people … Continue reading

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The Rainbow Flag

The town mayor and council of Alberton PEI unanimously voted not to fly the Rainbow Flag at the town hall. This is the 50th anniversary of Pride Week and the majority of municipalities across PEI will fly the flag. Why … Continue reading

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Ode To Wade – The Farewell Chapter!

Ode to Wade Posted on 1st November 2016 by irishroverpei There was a a young lad named Wade He was the leader of the Liberal Brigade. His vision was clear ,and transparency so dear. So we trusted the government, he … Continue reading

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Canada’s Gas Guzzlers!

There was an interesting article that appeared in both island newspapers on Saturday 11th May 2019. It was titled Canada’s Gas Guzzlers and written by Blake Schaffer of Postmedia News. It caught my interest not just because of concern for … Continue reading

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Admiral Norman Exonerated?

I can only guess at the reason this legal case that has dragged on for months, is suddenly over. The liberal government are dropping the charges against Admiral Norman! There is much more to this story that we are not … Continue reading

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Huge Severance Packages!

MLA Pat Murphy was recently defeated in the PEI provincial election. He will receive the maximum severance pay out, plus a hefty pension. He is just one of several Liberal MLAs who either lost their seats or resigned. The total … Continue reading

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Veteran Care, Then and Now

Here in 2019 there is a constant outcry for better veteran care, better medical treatment and better pensions. However, when I look back to my youth, I have to wonder if there was ever good care for veterans. During my … Continue reading

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Amalgamation!

I really hadnt given this subject a lot of thought, that was until I learned there are plans to amalgamate the Evangeline district. Now I’m concerned with the effects/costs this might have on my community. I live in Abram Village … Continue reading

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Roundabouts and more Roundabouts.

The election is over and the liberals are over too. That is a good thing because we have so many pressing issues that need the new governments immediate attention. We need doctors, we need low cost housing, we need medical … Continue reading

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The Carbon Tax?

While it appears the carbon tax works and has been proven in several countries I still have questions. There must be more simple ways to reduce carbon without causing a tax increase on the working public. I drive a Toyota … Continue reading

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