I am a volunteer working with the PEI Coalition for Proportional Representation. Here is a brand-new short [1 min. 22 sec.] video which we want to share with you. The PEI Citizens’ Alliance is part of the coalition.
We hope you like the video enough to post it on your website, and encourage readers to share it far and wide before the plebiscite.
the Citizens’ Alliance Calendar of Events: Your guide to what is going on, and to help you pick a night for your event without too many competing activities.
If readers have any questions about PR, these sites are good sources of information.
We need all the publicity we can get, since as volunteers, we don’t have funding and numbers of helpers to reach every islander personally. We’re all working on our own little pieces of the puzzle, making it into a clear picture by plebiscite time. And then islanders will speak!
As you know, two senior aides to Justin Trudeau were caught last week charging a combined $200,000 to move from Toronto to Ottawa.
Gerald Butts, Trudeau’s life-long friend and closest advisor, billed $127,000 for the move — even though the cost of the moving van itself was less than $15,000.
Well, now two more Trudeau staff have come forward, admitting they massively padded their moving expenses too.
The mainstream media? They’ve already moved on. No calls for the auditor general, let alone an RCMP investigation. If only Mike Duffy had it so easy!
Watch my updated video for the latest:
Well, we’re not done. We’re renting a billboard in Ottawa demanding that Butts pay the money back!
P.S. We’re designing the billboard right now — I expect to have a mock-up later this week, and for the mobile billboard to hit the road soon thereafter! Please click here if you can help us bring accountability to Trudeau and his gravy train.
Its all about Democracy and as you can see in the photo, Premier Wade Maclauchlan and his spouse Dunc MacIntosh are very big on democracy. Will Maclauchlan drop the writ or is he waiting out the Auditor General E Gaming Report? Its only one of the backbench nobody seats anyhow.
Where Was Cabinet Again? The oversight and consideration that Cabinet is supposed to provide in government is missing in PEI provincial politics. Deals are routinely pushed through a Premier’s office that is defiant on accountability and transparency. The Public is paying and there is no punishment or apparent sense of shame.Continue reading Islanders Still Paying For Wes Sheridan Gambling Problems!→