- Linda Roberts
- May 14, 2012 - 18:30
Ms. Dunderdale is still interested in meeting the family privately. If specific info about the search and rescue efforts are on the agenda, then a meeting with the responsible Minister would be more appropriate and effective. I think the family should meet for both meetings.
- Lola Roberts
- May 14, 2012 - 18:25
Why won't the family agree to meet in two separate meetings? I think that more is better in this case.
- May 13, 2012 - 13:40
I wonder how many Nflders loves that lady now,she will never take the place of danny,that is for sure
- May 13, 2012 - 11:37
We all tried, and now we all might as well give up; Dunderdale is NOT going to help this family find any answers or peace or closure.
- May 13, 2012 - 09:16
Yes, a cover-up. That's the obvious answer. Not that the Newfoundland public is largely so stupid as to not know a cover-up if it hit them in the face, or that there is another much simpler, entirely blatant explanation. No, it's a cover-up.....gawd help us, we are an island of simpletons with fatal politics syndrome.
- May 13, 2012 - 08:07
Looks to me like there is a big cover up going on here. Where there's smoke there's fire and there is someone who had the last word on whether they send a rescue team out or not. Someone on here team screwed up and she's covering up for him/her.
- May 12, 2012 - 23:41
Dunderdale should be as upset as the rest of us and want to make sure it doesn't happen again. We still hear about the Cougar crash, god rest them, but why finding out why we let this young man die is not of any interest to Dunderdale is beyond me.
- May 12, 2012 - 14:19
Premier D. is out to lunch too often !!! I talk to no one who supports her !!! She will carry the rest of her caucus down with her!!!
- May 12, 2012 - 09:20
does anyone know if there is anyway the people who want an inquiry can speak with "one" voice and get this inquiry started? it is the taxpayer who pays the cost so if the taxpayer wants an inquiry why is there a problem calling an inquiry?
- Johnny Seven
- May 12, 2012 - 09:17
Dunderdale is only "surprised" and "concerned" about NL fishers having to go thru a charity marine medical organization that provides services primarily to 3rd world maritime nations?? What's next? Doctors Without Borders setting up shop in rural NL? In view of the latest on all this, how out of touch with the sentiments of NLers is that? Dunderdale's "surprise" and "concern"? If Dunderdale was a real leader she'd be expressing the outrage of NLers, federal loan guarantees be damned. On a related note, if I was a PC MHA right now, I'd be "concerned" too. No doubt with Dunderdale's timid response to this latest travesty from her darling Harperites, her approval ratings are in free-fall throughout the province right now. And she'll drag the rest of her party down with her. Dunderdale is beginning to look as useless and weak as Penashue
- May 12, 2012 - 07:49
Refusing to meet with the Winters family because Mr. Peddle was there and she didn't want Mr. O'brien with her. I think is a "Thank God" I got my excuse not to go up there to meet them. And she doesn't want her nice boardroom to be used for a mini inquiry. If she even thinks you can do a mini inquiry in a day, she obviously knows nothing about an inquiry. By trying to please Stevie Boy Harper to get the loan gurantee for Muskrat Falls, she was too afraid to even fight a tiny bit for the RCC. She said she was talking to this one and that one and wrote them. I would love to see them letters. As it stands we only have her word that the phone calls were made and the letters were written. Danny's one mistake was putting her in as interm Premier. Unfortunately for us, she's DEFINATELY NOT Danny. If Danny was still there, our SAR Coordination Center would still be operational. Love Him or hate him, he got things done and his only job was to do anything that was good for NL.