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  • Jerome
    July 02, 2010 - 13:30

    Brian Mulroney was the recipient of ''The Companion of the Order of Canada''.
    Need anything else be said?

  • Kent
    July 02, 2010 - 13:29

    I find it outrageous that the Order of Canada was taken from him. It was based on the contributions he made as a result of his sacrifice and fundraising, NOT on his behavior afterwards. His contribution far exceeded that of many other Order of Canada recipients, such as some multi-million dollar athletes, whose only contribution to society was playing a stupid game. Give me a break

  • Fred
    July 02, 2010 - 13:29

    Brian, Congrats on a great column.
    Finally someone has spoken up on behalf of Mr. Fonyo. Has anyone thought that his behavious might, just might, be the result of the way Canadians treated him after he completed his run?

    He completed the run, but no one, gave him credit for doing so.

    It has been disheartening to see how Mr. Fonyo's life has turned out. He did set a goal and accopmplished it.

    I agree with Kent M. he should not have been stripped of his OOC. The reason he was awarded the OOC was because of his run across Canada. He deserves it. Give it back to him. Or are they now saying that he didn't runa cross Canada?

  • baie boy
    July 02, 2010 - 13:17

    I agree 100%. Fonyo & David Ahenakew should get to keep their Order of Canada. Ahenakew earned his & lost it for speaking his mind. Nonsense.

  • Jerome
    July 01, 2010 - 20:19

    Brian Mulroney was the recipient of ''The Companion of the Order of Canada''.
    Need anything else be said?

  • Kent
    July 01, 2010 - 20:17

    I find it outrageous that the Order of Canada was taken from him. It was based on the contributions he made as a result of his sacrifice and fundraising, NOT on his behavior afterwards. His contribution far exceeded that of many other Order of Canada recipients, such as some multi-million dollar athletes, whose only contribution to society was playing a stupid game. Give me a break

  • Fred
    July 01, 2010 - 20:17

    Brian, Congrats on a great column.
    Finally someone has spoken up on behalf of Mr. Fonyo. Has anyone thought that his behavious might, just might, be the result of the way Canadians treated him after he completed his run?

    He completed the run, but no one, gave him credit for doing so.

    It has been disheartening to see how Mr. Fonyo's life has turned out. He did set a goal and accopmplished it.

    I agree with Kent M. he should not have been stripped of his OOC. The reason he was awarded the OOC was because of his run across Canada. He deserves it. Give it back to him. Or are they now saying that he didn't runa cross Canada?

  • baie boy
    July 01, 2010 - 19:58

    I agree 100%. Fonyo & David Ahenakew should get to keep their Order of Canada. Ahenakew earned his & lost it for speaking his mind. Nonsense.