Tuesday, November 07, 2006
Once we are settled then we can move on with attack 2 by going to small claims.
So how you making out anyways? See the court went good the first round.lol Anyways I should run. Keep in touch and keep us posted. We are on the site everyday.
Dave & Amanda
I am very surprise that the media never covered this couple sad story. This is one reason we need bloggers around but after November 20th? Blogging may become history in New Brunswick???
Very scary stuff!!!
I wonder what's going to happen in that part of the Province?
I hope they all get acquitted!!! Probation tops!!! No jail time!!!
You got to love the information highway!!!
Hello, my name is Andy McBeth, I am a journalism student in BC.
I have been closely following your trail. I'm wondering if you could put
away some time and do an e-mail interview related to your trial, and your
thoughts on weather or not we all have the privilege and right to the title
Again, it would be an e-mail interview. I would write a few questions and
you would send your answers back to me.
My hope is to write a local story on your experience. This is an extremely
news worthy topic that we really haven't seen the light of, in the west.
Let me know ASAP if this can happen.
Thanks for your time and consideration!
Thought I would send a link, so that you can view the hearings to see what is going on. Scroll down to Emera Brunswick and on the right side link to 'on line broadcast' and you are there.
Energy Board hearings begin
Nov 06, 2006 - 5:53 pm
By: News 88-9 Staff - Tyler McLean
SAINT JOHN, NB - The National Energy Board opens public hearings today into an application to build a natural gas pipeline through Saint john to the United States.
One after another, names were called confirming the list of registered interveners for hearings scheduled to last until November 20th.
Those in support of the pipeline are warning that if plans do not go ahead, future projects like a possible second oil refinery, or a liquefied natural gas terminal currently under construction could be compromised.
Meanwhile, Saint John city councilor Ivan Court says for those opposed, this is a health and safety issue...
"This pipeline is causing a lot of stress on a lot of those people. I suggest the fear factor, the unknown..and we have to alleviate some of that fear." Court said.
Sitting hours for week one begin at 1pm daily through Saturday, with no hearing scheduled on Sunday.