Tuesday, April 18, 2006
This guy told me tonight that he panhandled from 9:00am till 1:00pm and he made $7.00!!!
He told me that the Irvings must have got their message across because in the past he made between $15 to $20!!!
The Irvings can have a good night sleep tonight!!!
J'ai graduer a l'ecole Mathieu-Martin en 1978 et ma grammaire a besoin beaucoup de pratique.
J'ai pas de accent egu ou accent grave sure mon keyboard.
Anyway? Si vous etes une Acadienne ou un Acadien et vous etes pas comfortable d'ecrire en Anglais?
Eais pas peure de ecire vos opinions en Francais!!!!
Tous que je veux faire est de debattre les sujets du jour!!!!
Lord updates Quebec agreement, but no deal on labour
Last updated Apr 18 2006 03:40 PM ADT
Quebec Premier Jean Charest and New Brunswick's Bernard Lord have signed a new deal encouraging greater co-operation between the two provinces – but without resolving the issue of labour mobility.
Lord and Charest met in Moncton on Tuesday to sign a revamped document to replace an inter-provincial agreement that was last updated in 1969. The document covers 23 topics of interest to both provinces, ranging from economic development to tourism.
However, the new deal does not change a long-standing rule that forbids New Brunswick companies from bidding on work in Quebec, but allows Quebec firms to work in New Brunswick.
Both leaders say they are working to break down barriers that prevent companies from working in both provinces.
But New Brunswick Liberal Leader Shawn Graham says it's time to demand that Charest allow contractors from the Maritime province to bid on Quebec government tenders.
Graham says it's an issue of fairness. "These are jobs that are placed under contract for government services, whether it's at the municipal level or the provincial level. And unfortunately today, as it stands, Quebec-based companies can bid on these contracts in New Brunswick. However, New Brunswick-based companies are not given the same opportunity."
Graham says his party will now introduce legislation blocking Quebec firms from bidding on government contracts in New Brunswick.
"The free market system is not working. So that's why we want to reintroduce the labour mobility act. And when the barriers are taken down in Quebec, then we would eliminate our (proposed) legislation in New Brunswick as well."
Charest and Lord are scheduled to speak at an event promoting federalism in Edmundston Tuesday evening.
AND THE LORD, HE IS THE ONE WHO GOES BEFORE
YOU. HE WILL NOT LEAVE YOU NOR FORSAKE YOU;
DO NOT FEAR NOR BE DISMAYED.
( DEUTERONOMY 31:8 *NKJV )
There are times when we are fearful of current events or
even the future. For fear is a tool that satan uses to attack
our faith in our Heavenly Father. After all fear causes worry,
and what is fear anyway, but the opposite of faith!
Now it is important for a Child of God to remember that;
GOD HAS NOT GIVEN US A SPIRIT OF FEAR, BUT OF
POWER AND OF LOVE AND OF A SOUND MIND.
( 2 TIMOTHY 1:7 ) And God has made us this promise;
FOR I, THE LORD YOUR GOD, WILL HOLD YOUR RIGHT
HAND, SAYING TO YOU, "FEAR NOT, I WILL HELP YOU."
( ISAIAH 41:13 )
So Charles, the next time that fear strikes you remember to
hold fast to your faith! After all you can always; CAST ALL
YOUR BURDEN ON THE LORD, AND HE SHALL SUSTAIN
YOU; HE SHALL NEVER PERMIT THE RIGHTEOUS TO BE
MOVED. ( PSALM 55:22 )
FINALLY, BRETHREN, FAREWELL. BECOME
COMPLETE. BE OF GOOD COMFORT, BE OF ONE MIND,
LIVE IN PEACE; AND THE GOD OF LOVE AND PEACE
WILL BE WITH YOU. ( 2 CORINTHIANS 13:11 )
Therefore Charles, have a great day today, filled with
peace, and remember that "worry is the darkroom in which
negatives are developed." Amen.
With My Love & Prayers,
your servant Allen
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