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  • Rick
    July 02, 2010 - 13:22

    The prime minister has taken a direct interest in these agencies and realizes the value of them. and .....ACOA is going to be around for a while.

    Read between the lines Mr. Ashfield, better yet, explain to your reading audience that Mr. Harper always takes a direct interest in anything that garners votes, especially now that he has shut his party out of its share of 75 Quebec seats.

    At this time NL's 7 seats are of the utmost importance to the Con party; why else an investment of $1.8 million in the Roddickton pellet plant. That should garner Con votes in time for the next election. Consider it a donation as the N. American and EU markets are flush with pellet plant competition. Like pulp and paper donations by the NL government, another delay of the inevitable in today's marketplace.

    In short, would you buy a used car from the Con government?

  • Rick
    July 01, 2010 - 20:06

    The prime minister has taken a direct interest in these agencies and realizes the value of them. and .....ACOA is going to be around for a while.

    Read between the lines Mr. Ashfield, better yet, explain to your reading audience that Mr. Harper always takes a direct interest in anything that garners votes, especially now that he has shut his party out of its share of 75 Quebec seats.

    At this time NL's 7 seats are of the utmost importance to the Con party; why else an investment of $1.8 million in the Roddickton pellet plant. That should garner Con votes in time for the next election. Consider it a donation as the N. American and EU markets are flush with pellet plant competition. Like pulp and paper donations by the NL government, another delay of the inevitable in today's marketplace.

    In short, would you buy a used car from the Con government?