- John Smith
- August 17, 2010 - 16:04
Douggie, I have no credit-ability? Maybe you ment credability? Anyway, having an obvious moron like yourself make that comment doesn't lend much credit-ability to you either...LOL Fortis is one of the few good news stories ever to come out of the place. It is a well run, international corp. that employs thousands of NL people, has kept it's headquarters here, and is certainly an entity we should all to be proud of. Abitibi Bowater is a corrupt company that goes into a community already knowing that they will devistate it, after they have raped the resource, and thrown every worker out on thier behinds. You keep on lovin' AB, and I'll keep on respecting Fortis... and we will see who has the most credit-ability in the end...LMAO
- August 19, 2010 - 13:47
So you argue that Fortis is good because it's an international corporation and run out of Newfoundland. So, if it were based in Toronto, would you still be waiving your little pom-poms? What if it were based in Montreal? Bigot. And you claim that it doesn't rape resources. Right, just don't ask the people of Belize (I’m not talking about the CEOs and their buddies in the government). I see you took issue with my misspelling. As for your name-calling, I remain undevIstated – unlike the workers who were thrown out on thEIr behinds.
- John Smith
- August 16, 2010 - 13:25
Nice to see we have good newfoundlanders like Mark and Don looking out for the best interests of Quebec owned Abitibi Bowater. You remember, that company that used up our resources, let the plants crumble, took all the profit, and left us with the mess to clean up. Yep, glad we have Don and Mark looking out for those poor old giant corporations...give me a break. if anything, these funds should be used to remediate the contamination in Buchans(not expropriated), Stephenville(not expropriated) and The docks(not expropriated). However, being the greedy, underhanded corrupt company they are we will never see any money from them, and so we will be left to clean up these sites ourselves. Thank God Williams saw fit to expropriate the Mill timber and water rights...so this Quebec company couldn't sell these off as well. thanks Don and Mark...hope your moving to Quebec soon.
- August 16, 2010 - 17:02
Whereas Fortis, on the other hand... John, you have no creditability here.
- Don Lester
- August 16, 2010 - 10:55
I hope Abitibi will pay the Newfoundland government what it owes and what the severance pay they provided the employees.
- Brendan White
- August 16, 2010 - 10:16
I can see the headline now for Don's comment. "Exploiting the expropriation on the Exploits." Do I detect some anti-government sentiment here?
- William Daniels
- August 16, 2010 - 10:00
Abitibi is going to take Danny and NL to the cleaners. The likes will never have been seen. NL will be lucky to recover.
- August 16, 2010 - 09:12
Great news for Abitibi. When will the Government of Canada be paying the Five Hundred Million dollars that is owed to Abitibi by the Government of Newfoundland for expropriating their Mill, hydro-electric plant and properties which further damaged the Company? I hope NAFTA awards Abitibi the amounts due in the near future. When will the Government of Newfoundland compensate Abitibi for the damage it caused to the Company?
- August 16, 2010 - 14:11
Hey, Don you missed your "Mark" by about 40 seconds ,,we can all see through those two comments. Guess you should be standing behind Mike Duffy (a strong supporter of Abitibi) at the buffet and you will probably get as much as Newfoundland got over the last 100 years from. the Greed crew at Abitibi. Anyone who crys for this crew is obviously on the payroll. Toooo bad. Go Danny Go.
- August 16, 2010 - 08:58
Creditors will likely approve. They know that the company stands to get millions in compensation for Danny Williams' expropriative temper tantrum, and it represents their best chance of recuperating some of their money in the short to medium term.