- Suzanne Kilfoy
- February 18, 2012 - 23:09
The last time I looked imminent meant forthcoming or fast approaching, certainly not two years! It's curious how WHSCC handle research an investigation when it comes to an issue that they don't want to admit. Ignore it and hope it will go away or sidestep it and make excuses. The families want answers and are tired of waiting. If the people of Newfoundland and Labrador can initiate a legal action against the province for the endangerment of the motoring public vs. the moose then I'm sure the Marystown Shipyard Families Alliance can find a legal representative to guide them through a class action suite against the Province and WHSCC on an issue as important as this!
- February 18, 2012 - 10:45
cant believe that crowd on the Burin are whining again.for Gods sake go somewhere and get a job and not be so critical day in and day out.you have cried wolf far too often already.your credibility is shot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Clayton Haas
- February 19, 2012 - 21:57
Well Sammyh I guess your one of these ignorant people who think they are invincible. You would be ok with your father dying from eating smoke and dust in a double bottom of a ship that was painted with lead paint and who knows what other grease and oil being burnt as your welding on it and not want your family compensated...I am betting you and your old man only had to worry about their suit being pressed and their shoes shined before they went to work and screwed some poor hard working Newfoundlander out of his hard earned money. Obviously your not a construction worker who still face daily hardships trying to stay healthy and alive in the workplace while the safety idiots only worry about ear plugs and safety glasses......places like the Shipyard in Marystown and the Fishery around this Province is what made them filthy St.John's Merchants so filty rich and to read your rubbish on here is disgusting....Notice I didn't hide behind a false name like you did sammyh....