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  • dwayne
    July 02, 2010 - 13:22

    Any ideas on the Red Wine Caribou ??

  • don
    July 02, 2010 - 13:21

    Just wait until some developer of a multi-million dollar real estate development gets a stop work order because the excavation of the site might kill a single Crowded Wormseed Mustard plant or destroy the near extinct Whistling warbler tomato tree plant or threaten the habitat of the rare Port-de-Grave cod fish oil eater bird! The courts will uphold the regulations and the developer will kiss Newfoundland and Labrador goodbye! This is the thin edge of the wedge folks. There are clearly too many graduates of the biology, botanical and archaeology programs at MUN working for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Apparently these geniuses have nothing better to do with their time other than to persuade the Ministers of rusty nails, broken ceramics and blooms, birds and bunnies to pass regulations to protect every seed, flower, tree, bush, cat, bird, dog, broken dish, rusty nail and moose in the Province! Who is responsible for this nonsense? Whoever you are, go get a real job and stop infringing on the rights of people who are trying to make a living on this god forsaken over regulated rock!!!!

  • Peter
    July 02, 2010 - 13:15

    Don get a clue, there is life outside of the cul-de-sac, stop being so ignorant, you are embarrassing the province.

  • Krista
    July 02, 2010 - 13:09

    Wow Don, I'm sure our grandkids will thank you when they have to go to museums to see what their province used to look like before their natural history was sold out for temporary jobs.

  • dwayne
    July 01, 2010 - 20:06

    Any ideas on the Red Wine Caribou ??

  • don
    July 01, 2010 - 20:05

    Just wait until some developer of a multi-million dollar real estate development gets a stop work order because the excavation of the site might kill a single Crowded Wormseed Mustard plant or destroy the near extinct Whistling warbler tomato tree plant or threaten the habitat of the rare Port-de-Grave cod fish oil eater bird! The courts will uphold the regulations and the developer will kiss Newfoundland and Labrador goodbye! This is the thin edge of the wedge folks. There are clearly too many graduates of the biology, botanical and archaeology programs at MUN working for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Apparently these geniuses have nothing better to do with their time other than to persuade the Ministers of rusty nails, broken ceramics and blooms, birds and bunnies to pass regulations to protect every seed, flower, tree, bush, cat, bird, dog, broken dish, rusty nail and moose in the Province! Who is responsible for this nonsense? Whoever you are, go get a real job and stop infringing on the rights of people who are trying to make a living on this god forsaken over regulated rock!!!!

  • Peter
    July 01, 2010 - 19:54

    Don get a clue, there is life outside of the cul-de-sac, stop being so ignorant, you are embarrassing the province.

  • Krista
    July 01, 2010 - 19:44

    Wow Don, I'm sure our grandkids will thank you when they have to go to museums to see what their province used to look like before their natural history was sold out for temporary jobs.