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Prince Ralph and his oil.

05/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
The United States government owns all of the rights to resources found in every state and doesn’t ask for transfers it takes them.
Ralph Klein should be grateful not stingy.
Sheik Ralph needs to pay up and so does Newfoundland and everybody else including Ontario and play on equal terms or don’t play at all..
Yours truly,
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Champaign and Cavier.

05/05/2006
Dear member of parliament,
Is that what we feed our federal inmates, because how else could it cost fifty two thousand dollars per year to keep one inmate in prison ?
Satin sheets maybe ?
Something is costing an awful lot of tax dollars and really if the province can feed and clothe and house one individual for six thousand three hundred dollars a year, why would it cost fifty two thousand dollars to keep a convicted criminal ?
I am sure you can explain how you spend that much on keeping a criminal behind bars but could you then explain how it only costs the province six thousand dollars a year to keep one person who isn’t a convicted criminal ?
I would suggest a happy median might be found somewhere between the two say around the sixteen thousand dollar range just to equal and fair things out.
Sincerely Yours,
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, Ontario, Canada
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Fifty two thousand a year.


05/05/2006
Dear member of parliament, honourable minister of finance honourable minister of justice,
I went to the welfare office recently in my town and today after three days with no food or shelter received a generous sum of are you ready for this, no not fifty two thousand dollars the amount the government spends to keep one person in prison. I who through no falt of my own have been left homeless and without work hence income recieved one hundred and eighty five dollars, for the month of May, for something I am grateful, but when I read that the government spends fifty two thousand dollars to house and feed one convicted criminal for a year I really have to wonder.
Sincerely Yours,
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Importing labour from Russia while hundreds of Canadian workers collect welfare.

May 05/ 2006
Dear member of parliament,
The following article I lifted from the Internet some time ago and does remind me very much of the way my employer(s) behave in the federally regulated trucking industry in Canada.
Treat workers like second hand shit and complain to the government that their is a “driver shortage”. I can assure the good members of our governments that their is absolutely not a truck driver shortage in this country and if our elected members could find it within there shirts to do their job we would see a vast improvement in the working conditions in this country.!!!!!!! I have only said this about a hundred times but I think what really agitates me is that today another someone informed me that someone told him there was a truck driver shortage and that their are lots of jobs.
There are alot of jobs if you want to work for thieves who steal from their employees and then blame their employee for getting robbed. The truth.
Sincerely Yours,

, Ontario, Canada

Article-The St. John’s company that has hired Russian workers for a lobster plant in Prince Edward Island says importing foreign workers may be the wave of the future – even with hundreds of unemployed fish plant workers in Atlantic Canada.
Blaine Sullivan, an executive with Ocean Choice, said the company has recruited consistently for two years, but had no choice but to turn to Russia for staff to run its Souris, P.E.I., plant for the next eight months.

Fisheries companies are having chronic troubles recruiting younger workers. (CBC)Sullivan said labour shortages in the seafood industry have been chronic, in part because many fish plant workers are older and reluctant to relocate.
“Based on an agageingorkforce in the fishery here, in seafood jobs, it’s quite likely … we could continue to face labour shortages,” said Sullivan, adding it is difficult for some families to relocate, especially if a spouse is working.
Ocean Choice, a division of the St. John’s-based Penney Group, has recruited in Newfoundland communities where shellfish plants have been idle. Scores of Newfoundlanders have taken the company up on its offer, but not enough.
FROM MAY 3, 2006: Penney company recruits

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Bye Bye Quebecer.

05/05/2006
Dear members of parliament,
Isn’t distinct society what Liberals and the Bloc Quebecois have called racism. Forgive me if I’m wrong but isn’t being separate in a pluralistic society racist and discriminatory according to the human rights code?
Why does Canada do so much for Quebec, if Quebec is so distinct the first thing we should do to help them distinguish themselves is STOP federal transfer payments to that oh so needy yet so very distinct Franco non racist society of whining welfare pandering separatists.
What a rip off for the rest of Canadians who pay for Quebec’s welfare, child care and health care through transfer payments.
Ontario should refuse to pay their share to the federal government until Quebec and Ontario and all the other provinces play on an equal playing field.
STUPID and racist it is giving Quebec any special status..
Yours Truly,
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*******, Ontario, Canada
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