09 July 2011

From the same folks who brought you...

...a billion dollars in hospital construction cost over-runs...

-- TORONTO -- Ontario taxpayers will shell out $20 million to compensate businesses and residents caught up in the Caledonia land claim crisis.

Attorney General Chris Bentley said the government was pleased to reach a settlement in a class action lawsuit brought in 2006 by residents and business owners who suffered losses as a result of the Douglas Creek Estates claim.
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RELATED: What are the real costs...

...of living in Dalton's "socialist paradise?"
In Zone 1, the government acknowledges, the “impacts experienced” were: “Delegation of policing to Six Nations [the very band some of whose members, after all, led the occupation] and subjected to frequent gunfire, loud noises, smoke, verbal assaults, personal property damage, ATVs, camouflaged protesters, high volume of traffic, checkpoints.”


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Take the 20 million from Indian Affairs......

Anonymous said...

Settlement just before an election? Now if I were a cynic ...

obituary said...

Take the 20 million from Indian Affairs......plus 21% compounded interest

Neo Conservative said...

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the thing is... dalton fucked this up so badly... he has to pay off both sides to make it go away.

it's a liberal thing.

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jwkozak91 said...

Somewhat related - from the Six Nations to the Hobbema Cree:

Another child under 2 years of age has been killed in a drive-by shooting in Hobbema.

In other news, Jean Charest is musing about a Quebec provincial long-gun registry: Have to keep "les chasseurs et les personnes de la compainge (hunters and rural folk)" in line - never know when they'll visit a post-secondary institution.

Neo Conservative said...

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hobbema, hobbema... that sounds so familiar.

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