View on Facebook Would you classify this as political advertising? It was on page A3 of today’s Guardian. Paid for by the Liberal government with your taxpayer dollars.
View on Facebook With all this talk of a new carbon tax and how government handles the money, this is a good time to revisit a famous quote by Winston Churchill (who my father’s middle name was given in honour of). “There is nothing government can give you that it hasn’t taken from you in […]
View on Facebook There have been posts circulating that portray such an inaccurate view of what has happened in the legislature and such an inaccurate view of the PC caucus in the past year that I can no longer let it go unchallenged. I don’t usually respond to posts like these but they are so […]
View on Facebook “This federal-provincial deal would expire in 2020.” A lot of to-do about a plan that is good for ONLY ONE YEAR!!! Coincidence that the carbon tax deal expires just after a provincial election in 2019? I wonder what the Liberal’s real carbon tax plan is? By the way, no one from media […]
View on Facebook Wow. The more things change, the more they stay the same! Check out the issues in the 1974 election – non-resident land ownership, roads that need repair, harbours that need dredging (Federal vs Provincial funding), Liberal patronage. And a newspaper that thinks they are the Official Opposition LOL 😆.
View on Facebook Another great initiative led by the Town of North Rustico – protecting the boardwalk from erosion, a new gazebo, and a statue paying tribute to the fishers that are at the heart of the community. As I said at the ceremony, the Town of North Rustico is a prime example of what […]
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View on Facebook The MacLauchlan Liberals keep claiming the PEI economy is on a tear. But the average offered wage just keeps going down since they’ve been in power – down almost $2 per hour since 2016. So, who’s benefiting from this so-called great PEI economy? Job seekers on P.E.I. are being offered the lowest […]
James Aylward has announced that a PC government under his leadership will oppose a carbon tax, and use a variety of other initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on PEI. Why is a carbon tax a bad idea? A carbon tax most likely will not result in a significant decrease in GHG emissions. Will […]
View on Facebook Thoughts? Should the 600m section of Millvale Road up the hill from the Trout River Road intersection be ripped up, pulverized, and made gradeable? Thoughts?