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  • Graham
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    What else have you so conveniently forgotten to tell us Danny? Will the lies and cover ups ever end? See you on the Hill March 13th.

  • Bones
    July 02, 2010 - 13:23

    Graham: If the province wanted it, and always gets what it wants, why would it bid low? I would like to take this opportunity to make a sensible, rational suggestion that any open minded person would be forced to consider......AB's secretive, corporate strategy (in the best interests of the shareholders, of course) was not something government was allowed to see. Suspecting the Star Lake asset had a for sale sign on it, government placed a bid (bidding low, of course, so as not to actually purchase the asset, but to determine if the asset was actually for sale). With the determination made that AB was attempting to sell an asset that depended completely on the resources of the region, what course of action would you take? Jones, herself, said it would not have affected her vote on the expropriation. Clever move if you ask me, but you didn't, lol, I know.

  • Frank
    July 02, 2010 - 13:20

    Yvonne Jones is so out of touch on this story it makes one smile.

    Graham I think you have nailed it.

    Danny wants the hydro.. nothing more. Grand Falls is not in his plan. The fibre will go to Corner Brook ( his district) and the workers who were looking for a mediator to help them negotiate a restructuring agreement at the mill will now be left holding the bag. As for you Bones the govt is not that smart re/ Star Lake. Danny and Ed Byrne have had a bee in the pants over Abitibi for quite some time now. Keep on aclose eye on who will benefit from the demise of the paper business in Central.

    Who has a brother working for Kruger ?

  • Graham
    July 01, 2010 - 20:09

    What else have you so conveniently forgotten to tell us Danny? Will the lies and cover ups ever end? See you on the Hill March 13th.

  • Bones
    July 01, 2010 - 20:09

    Graham: If the province wanted it, and always gets what it wants, why would it bid low? I would like to take this opportunity to make a sensible, rational suggestion that any open minded person would be forced to consider......AB's secretive, corporate strategy (in the best interests of the shareholders, of course) was not something government was allowed to see. Suspecting the Star Lake asset had a for sale sign on it, government placed a bid (bidding low, of course, so as not to actually purchase the asset, but to determine if the asset was actually for sale). With the determination made that AB was attempting to sell an asset that depended completely on the resources of the region, what course of action would you take? Jones, herself, said it would not have affected her vote on the expropriation. Clever move if you ask me, but you didn't, lol, I know.

  • Frank
    July 01, 2010 - 20:03

    Yvonne Jones is so out of touch on this story it makes one smile.

    Graham I think you have nailed it.

    Danny wants the hydro.. nothing more. Grand Falls is not in his plan. The fibre will go to Corner Brook ( his district) and the workers who were looking for a mediator to help them negotiate a restructuring agreement at the mill will now be left holding the bag. As for you Bones the govt is not that smart re/ Star Lake. Danny and Ed Byrne have had a bee in the pants over Abitibi for quite some time now. Keep on aclose eye on who will benefit from the demise of the paper business in Central.

    Who has a brother working for Kruger ?