- wanda white
- June 11, 2013 - 12:29
"In 2013, CNA tuition fees are approximately 49 per cent lower than the national average." Really? So why then, was ABE, Bricklaying and Business Administration cut from CNA campuses? Your government said CNA tuition was far too high. And by cutting THESE programs, you are in fact, limiting what training there is available to a few trades that some MAY NOT be interested in. You call this, Enhancing NL's future? I call it blind sightedness! And IF, as you state, "Education is a primary path to employment and prosperity., then shouldn't this be up to the people to decide, what education and career path they choose? I say DALE KIRBY was spot on!
- Corporate Psycho
- June 10, 2013 - 16:55
Dress it up however you want Minister. Cuts are cuts.
- Sad woman
- June 10, 2013 - 15:53
The minister should spend more time getting something done then trying to score points for picking on dale Kirby. Start hanging out with Nalcor long enough and I figure you'll start to sound just like them. No substance! We can't save all our money for Nalcor. Did MHA's Paul Lane, Steve Kent, Tracy Perry, Danny the retractor Crumby and potty mouth Russell help with this letter because it sure sounds just like they did. Meh?
- Winston Smith
- June 10, 2013 - 08:56
We should also thank the Dunderdale Government for raising the chocolate ration from 25 to 20 grams. Comrade Kirby must be charged with crimethink and sent to joycamp immediately!