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  • jill
    July 02, 2010 - 13:35

    wow clearly some vitriolic NDP types posting with intention. i think its often possible that press release gets sent out....and a story is not written till weeks later??? fools. siobhan has done more to empower seniors to get out and talk about issues including pensions for sometime. can she not speak out for a group she has gotten the leader of the party's ear on??

  • Victor
    July 02, 2010 - 13:24

    But you supported the budget that included these cuts??!!

  • Jim the PSAC Pensioner
    July 02, 2010 - 13:23

    This is the second time The Telegram has published Ms. Coady's position on this issue.

    Ms. Coady is the critic for Treasury Board, which in case she has not read today's papers, will conduct public consultations on a new 2 tiered public pension strategy.

    Ms. Coady did not attend the PSAC pensioners meeting in St. John's earlier this month, either.

    Maybe the critic's position Mr. Ignatieff appointed her to is too much for her?

    She needs to stop recycling old press releases and get down to the business of looking out for the concerns of her constituents which include pensioners.

  • Sounding
    July 02, 2010 - 13:17

    Yeah I hear you all above and see your points.
    but...
    I saw something gross floating in the harbor yesterday so lets get something to keep educating the fools amongst us who keep polluting.

  • Greg M
    July 02, 2010 - 13:13

    Siobhan Coady:

    You and your Party supported the Budget and the Government which is making these decisions.

    You had your chance and did nothing.

    So Just Shut Up!!

  • Margaret Davis
    July 02, 2010 - 13:12

    The federal government ignored her letter the first time. The federal Budget, which Siobhan Coady and the Liberals supported came down weeks ago and the funding for the project was not there. There is one week to go before the funding is cut off.

    This is lip service. This is 2 faced, supporting a Budget that cancels funding for this project and then issuing press releases complaining about funding cuts.

  • jill
    July 01, 2010 - 20:25

    wow clearly some vitriolic NDP types posting with intention. i think its often possible that press release gets sent out....and a story is not written till weeks later??? fools. siobhan has done more to empower seniors to get out and talk about issues including pensions for sometime. can she not speak out for a group she has gotten the leader of the party's ear on??

  • Victor
    July 01, 2010 - 20:10

    But you supported the budget that included these cuts??!!

  • Jim the PSAC Pensioner
    July 01, 2010 - 20:08

    This is the second time The Telegram has published Ms. Coady's position on this issue.

    Ms. Coady is the critic for Treasury Board, which in case she has not read today's papers, will conduct public consultations on a new 2 tiered public pension strategy.

    Ms. Coady did not attend the PSAC pensioners meeting in St. John's earlier this month, either.

    Maybe the critic's position Mr. Ignatieff appointed her to is too much for her?

    She needs to stop recycling old press releases and get down to the business of looking out for the concerns of her constituents which include pensioners.

  • Sounding
    July 01, 2010 - 19:58

    Yeah I hear you all above and see your points.
    but...
    I saw something gross floating in the harbor yesterday so lets get something to keep educating the fools amongst us who keep polluting.

  • Greg M
    July 01, 2010 - 19:50

    Siobhan Coady:

    You and your Party supported the Budget and the Government which is making these decisions.

    You had your chance and did nothing.

    So Just Shut Up!!

  • Margaret Davis
    July 01, 2010 - 19:50

    The federal government ignored her letter the first time. The federal Budget, which Siobhan Coady and the Liberals supported came down weeks ago and the funding for the project was not there. There is one week to go before the funding is cut off.

    This is lip service. This is 2 faced, supporting a Budget that cancels funding for this project and then issuing press releases complaining about funding cuts.