Friday, February 22, 2008

Why would a student from the STU Journalism be allow but not the blogger????

Originally uploaded by Oldmaison

Better looking maybe???


I noticed these students are getting in a lot of events but they stop the blogger right at the door?

They don't have their Irving's diploma yet???



Anonymous said...



French Second Language Review

Dec 18, 2007 Letter to Moncton Times & Transcript from the Université de Moncton to the FSL Review letters.

Dec 18, 2007 Letter to Moncton Times & Transcript by Dodie Perkin.

Dec 07, 2007 Letter to Moncton Times & Transcript from Kim Mowat.

Nov 26, 2007 Here is a chart of where to find FSL education research.

Nov 22, 2007 Letter to Kelly Lamrock from Walter Lee.

Nov 21, 2007 Walter Lee, Canadian Parents for French, New Brunswick President; Joseph Dicks, Director of the Second Language Research Institute of Canada, University of New Brunswick; and Madeleine Dubé, Conservative MLA and former Education Minister for New Brunswick; will be on Rogers TV, Voice of the Province, on Thursday evening, November 22 from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. They will be discussing the Department of Education's French Second Language Review, and the possible elimination of Early and/or Late French Immersion. This is a phone in show, so please call and encourage others to call and ask questions. The toll free number is 1-866-414-3628.

Nov 17, 2007 Letter of support for French Immersion from Cathie M Hurley.

Nov 16, 2007 Letter from Walter Lee to all supporters of Early and Late French Immersion.

Nov 15, 2007 Here is a sample letter from CPFNB President Walter Lee that he wrote about his own situation. Here is a starter template for your letter.

Nov 15, 2007 Here are lists of addresses for the Premier, the Education Minister, the MLA's, the newspapers, and the FSL Review Commissioners, please write in support of Early and Late French Immersion in New Brunswick.
New Brunswick MLAs| Florenceville | Fredericton | KV and Hampton | Moncton | Oromocto | Perth Andover | Saint John | St George | Sussex |

Oct 31, 2007 CPF has issued a Press Release on the FSL Review - |English Version | French Version |.

Please submit your comments to the FSL Commissioners, Dr. James Croll and Ms. Particia Lee at:

Dr. James Croll, Commissioner
FSL Commission


Patricia Lee, FSL Commissioner

also copy to Premier Shawn Graham at

and Education Minister, Hon. Kelly Lamrock at

Letter sent by CPF Chapter President St.George, NB

A Telegraph Journal article on how French programs in N.B. do work is available here.

If you wish to post comments in support of French Immersion you can do here.

Canadian Parents for French, New Brunswick has responded to Questions on the New Brunswick Department of Education Web Site.

CPFNB President, Walter Lee has written an article on a French Advisory Committee - an idea whose time has come.

Anonymous said...


Have released their study on forced French in NB,and as you can see,the CPF's cash cow is ,was,and ever shall be ,a complete failure,and that not counting the loss of the necessary skills ,that could have been attained by my kids and yours,over the years of this dreadful experiment.

The only advantage this lunatic idea had ,was my kids had to keep getting my advice,asking how to set up or clean up computer,setup network or wireless,setup a good spell program,IN ENGLISH,composition of water and other scientific difficult questions,keeping up their spirits by telling them,of course your smart,You have a science degree,you are an professor of Engineering,you graduated with distinction as a selflearned French teacher,etc,etc.
Yes it is strange,
In the years of blogging,Fredericton Cobby,has never shown a picture of someone studying,reading a book,on their way to of from a library
(unless they were Chinese)
The ball is in Kelly Lamrock court.
Total elimination,or continued Exodus to the land of Canon.
And Canon ain't located in any of the 28 official french speaking countries,26 which are third world.

Anonymous said...

Got to get up a little earlier to beat you ,eh?

Anonymous said...

The Restigouche region is experiencing a population crunch as residents leave to further their education or seek better-paying jobs. One estimate said the loss totalled 7,500 people

Also I notice the story posted on Charles Leblanc about shortage of salt in northern NB has been scavaged and rewritten by the Canada east outfit.They sofar neglected to say,where they are getting the extra needed salt,why was that?

They also whine about copying,but why do they select what they publish,Why have they NEVER publish about the heavily questionable funded lobby religious affiliated group NBCPF,which erases webpages once someone is on to them,a sure sign of deviousness.

Why do they not invest in helping French third world countries have a better life?.

A strange group,but most likely covered by Front Page Challenges favourite question,which was ,Does this involve money,power or sex?

Charles LeBlanc said...

OK...OK..OK...That's enough Anti-French rambling for one day.


What don't you write your views and send it to me in an email?

Better that way than leaving your views in a blog that has nothing to do with French.

Anonymous said...

Nice timing on the photo, charles.

The guy's eyes tell you the reason some of them are getting in.

Why shouldn't journalists of all stripes be allowed in. Charles certainly makes any threshold one could reasonably apply to this profession.

People are waking up and noticing who writes the Main $tream news these day.

Fox and Irving are but the most blatant examples of media corruption available.