Monday, October 16, 2006
They claimed they found 50 knives in the last four years.
Never once have I heard of someone being arrested for carrying a knife in the Legislature.
Once again, Dan Bussieres is lying. The media cannot do a follow up on this one because they will be ban from the Legislature.
This Quebecois is totally out of control.
emoncracy must remain alive in New Brunswick!!!
Yes, the cold weather is just around the corner and the City should step forward on one issue.
I first landed in the Capital in 2003 and I didn’t know anyone.
During my first evening, I heard a bureaucrat shouting at someone collecting empty bottles from a garbage bin.
I said to myself - What’s the big deal anyway?? In Saint John you see this act all the time.
Anyway, I would soon find out there’s a Soup Kitchen on the other end of the City and they feed the poor twice a day < all they can eat >
Now...there’s a reason for this.
Many of these poor souls have alcohol or drug problems. They can do their little drugs or drink themself to death in that area.
The Fredericton Police Force do not patrol that area 24 hours per day and this is a good thing.
This is their little area and they’re out of sight and out of mind from the rest of the City.
If they were ordered remove from the area. They would be all around the Capital and we sure can’t have that can we???
This is the bureaucratic City of New Brunswick and it’s clean so lets keep it that way!
Now? I approached the Mayor on this issue last week.
The cold winter months are just weeks away so why not built a temporary shelter for the people who has a drinking problem?
These poor souls are hard core drinking alcoholics!!!
I know 90% of them and they’re good people but they have a major problem with alcohol.
During the cold winter months, they would leave the area seeking warmth in the malls or behind buildings in different part of the City.
So? Why not built them a temporary shelter with someone watching over them?
This would be a win win situation for everyone involved.
They would stay in their little area and everyone would be happy!
What do you think????
Thanks for offering to put this poster up on your blog site.
The poster can be found at www.climatetour.ca
The details are as follows:
What: Climate Action Tour 2006
Where: UNB Law Building, Room 2
When: Wednesday, Oct. 18
Time: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Contact: Jessica Scott 458-0164
Sustainable Energy Outreach Co-ordinator
Conservation Council of New Brunswick
Climate Action Campaign