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  • Graham
    October 20, 2013 - 12:03

    There she is again with that LOST...CONFUSED...BEWILDERED ..look of hers. Oh well its the one thing she is very good at lately. Is it 2015 yet?

  • PF Murphy
    October 19, 2013 - 22:25

    Because Europe can’t really compete on fish processing due to higher energy and labour costs, it was safe to trade that (minimum processing requirements) away. So now we hear that Dunderdale has given away the minimum processing requirements. Give -away Grimes and now Dump-it-away Dunderdale. It could not be more clear that the Dunderdale Party has no use for the fishing industry and wants to fold up all the outports and move the people into St. John's on welfare.

  • Double Hoe Muskrat
    October 19, 2013 - 19:31

    Canada getting busted spying in Brazil didn't help Dunderdale's so called reason for going. She can't pull the wool over those Brazilians eyes, like she can the majority of voters here in this province. I'd say she's as good as spying now as being a Premier. Or Maybe she was laughed out of the country, Maybe, she explained to the Brazilians, just how Muskrat Falls Project is suppose to work and actually benefit the people of the province while the people pay through the nose because her political leadership got caught up in big business. She will end up spending her whole term on Muskrat and just like the rest of the government dept., they will end up accomplishing nothing at all for the people. This New Energy will nothing more than a nuisance to this province.

  • bill
    October 19, 2013 - 10:15

    Williams was never a politican he was an opportunist

  • Ben
    October 19, 2013 - 09:14

    Too bad people won't give Premier Dunderdale a chance, most just judge her on comparisons with past Premiers. Great job Premier.

  • Terry
    October 19, 2013 - 08:38

    Wow! It's nice to know that, even with those three large deals, a flourishing province still considers it a "big win" to hold the public service sectors to a below-inflation agreement. With all the money to be gained (if it is to be believed), who is supposed to benefit, if not the people who live here? Is it just for Kathy?