Tag Archives: Danny Williams

Is Scandal And Embarassment All That Is Left For Canada


I am asking an open question to anyone anywhere,”Is this all there is and is this all we are?”  There is not one elected political party in this country that can stand up this year and say we are scandal free, … Continue reading

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The Prime Minister Of Canada’s Responds To My Letter About Hydro’s Cutting Of Power


Well good people I promised to share with you the response of the politicians that answered back and in all fairness the Conservative party was the only party to respond  personally. I did not like what they said and I told … Continue reading

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Words That Go UnHeard / A Letter To All Federal And Provencial Political Leaders


As it gets colder outside I decided it was time someone reminded our politicians how much we suffer at the hands of Hydro Quebec. I wrote a letter and sent it to all of the leaders of the Federal parties … Continue reading

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