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Friday, September 28, 2012

Fredericton Mayor Brad Woodside and his Daughters!!!

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Does someone have a sofa chair they want to get rid of???

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I had to get rid of mine!!!

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Merci!!!

2012 Taking back the night in Fredericton was LOUD!!!!


 


 

 


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PENOBSQUIS - THE FIGHT CONTINUES!!!!

I never been there.....
 
For Immediate Release PRESS RELEASE September 28, 2012


PENOBSQUIS - THE FIGHT CONTINUES!


“I just spent my 79th birthday spraying bleach under my house because the moving ground has caused the septic lines to sag and pull apart, allowing sewage to leak into the ground.” - Georgia McCabe.


Residents of Penobsquis, New Brunswick began seeing damages to their properties in 2004 caused by what residents believe are mining related ground movements. Since 2004, water wells went dry, walls developed cracks, roofs began to buckle, and septic and sewage lines have separated.


In July of 2010, a complaint was lodged with the New Brunswick Mining Commissioner against Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan. This began a legal battle that has lasted more than two years. Twenty four residents were asking for Justice for their community. Most of the 24 residents withdrew their complaints on September 10, 2012, but Georgia McCabe, Heather McCabe and Beth Norrad are continuing with the Hearings.
 

“How can a company call itself a responsible citizen when a senior in the community where they operate is living in a home with a buckling roof, sagging walls, and leaking sewage?  Potash Corporation experts admitted there has been almost a meter of sinking beneath our home in a 10 year period. How could it not cause damage?” says Heather McCabe.


On Monday, October 1, 2012 at 9:30am, the Hearings, being held at the All Season’s Inn in Sussex, will come to a close when the three remaining complainants give their closing arguments.


Media Contact: Heather McCabe Tel. (506) 433-3390  Email h.mccabe@bellaliant.net

ST.GEORGE LIQUOR STORE SHOULDN'T BE SHUT DOWN FOREVER!!!!

molsondry Charles, I note with interest the news report of closure of yet more NB Liquor stores. Seems to me that this is nothing but an attempt to work towards privatization of the outfit that makes huge dollars into the revenue stream of the province. Other locations are leased, if it is a question of old and inoperable outdated buildings, why not get a new location? Rick Doucet stated this St George location was a profitable store with big sales per square foot and other measures, on the CTV news,so whats up? A private store will not have the same service ability as a branch offers, in selection or knowledge of product. Ask Albertans how they like their private system..open late,but each store carries different stock. This is a slippery slope, closing these stores and cutting numbers of workers in these stores.Where will all the workers in Bristol and St George find work? What is next? There was a story about needing more stores in NB, to be in the comparable range of other provinces, they must mean private stores, as they are closing two more stores. Will every Irving location soon have a liquor license? Something smells bad here.