- William Daniels
- May 22, 2012 - 11:10
Well said Mr. Wakeham. Definetley insensitive and cruel. I hope she is not paying for this advice. The Premier needs to just call this inquiry.
- Ash Parker
- May 20, 2012 - 07:54
Bob, you and the PROMINENT Newfoudlander in Philadelphia should get yoiur facts straight before you go shooting off your mouth. Along with every single Newfoundlander, my heart aches for the Winters’ family; and I understand how desperate they must be to get answers. However, it not hard to see that this issue is being used by individual’s with their own private agendas who hoping to score political points by exploiting this child’s death and this family’s grief. The publication of your article is an example from Dwight Ball's article in Thursday's paper it is easy to see where his motives lie. Premier Dunderdale was more than ready to meet with the family based on what had been discussed with Burton’s grandmother, initially. When the family decided to involve Mr. Peddle, the scope of the meeting became technical in nature; and this type of meeting would certainly have been more appropriately handled by the responsible Minister. However, The Premier still agreed to meet with the family in a separate meeting. It is really unfortunate, that the family refused to attend either meeting. I hope they change their minds and agree to meet with the Premier afterall.
- Cyril Rogers
- May 19, 2012 - 11:11
This government has committed one bluder after another so how can we trust them with anything they say or do. Incompetence is hardly a strong enough term to describe the whole administration from the"accidental" Premier on down.