Tag Archives: Nova Scotia

David James Leblanc Sentenced To Only 11 Years


LeBlanc was given credit for 258 days he has served in custody prior to his trial, meaning he has about 10 years, 3 1/2 months left on his sentence adding insult to injury. Does this sound to you like we live in a country that takes these types of crimes against children seriously? It does not to me, in fact not much has changed since I was sexually assaulted by a male neighborhood community center worker, 46 years ago. Continue reading

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Who Are The Real Canadians? What Does that Statement Mean For You And Me


Canada is still one of the best place in the world to live work and raise your children, but this country is regressing at a rapid rate back to where it was not that great a place to live unless you were a White christian. Continue reading

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The Government of Quebec Is The Mob / Part Two…Liquor Stores


Quebec  having a monopoly on all of that is bad for Quebecers is both hypocritical in my opinion and sends the wrong message to Quebecers. Quebec decided to own and operate all the liquor stores in the province and  it would have its … Continue reading

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Africville Still An Open Wound for Halifax


The Government of Canada‘s Involvement in the Forced Relocations of It’s Citizens Africville was a small unincorporated community located on the southern shore of Bedford Basin. It was a self-contained, tight-knit Black community within the city limits of Halifax, Nova … Continue reading

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Jack Layton Answers My E-Mail / Electricity Is A Necessity Not a Luxury‏


Mr. Layton is the 2nd federal leader to respond to this letter and although he definitely was more passionate and at least cared, unfortunately can do nothing to help us and stop some of us from freezing to death this winter.  … 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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A Stanger in My Own Neighborhood


As I wonder through the area that I  grew up in and my family has lived in for over one hundred years I realize that I am a stranger here now.  The house I grew up in is hardly recognizable to … Continue reading

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