31 October 2015

Not in deep enough, apparently

Don't pay enough taxes? Kathleen Wynne will fix that...

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says her government will try to expedite the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the province to coincide with Justin Trudeau's bold commitment to bring in 25,000 refugees by the end of the year.

"We need to align with what the new government is going to do,'' Wynne said.
Don't blame me... I didn't vote for them.

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Around 700 of the 4,000 refugees who have been housed in Lower Saxony over the past week have gone missing and authorities mostly have no idea who or where they are.
No one seems to be worried that a set of Syrian documents including passports can be bought all over the middle east.


2 comments:

Martin said...

As one of the 60% of Canadians who didn't vote for Trudeau, and certainly not for Wynne, I would just like to ask, Since when is foreign affairs and immigration policy a provincial concern? Wynne has bankrupted Ont with disastrous wind energy and other follies, there is nothing left for refugee resettlement.

Neo Conservative said...

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"martin says... there is nothing left for refugee resettlement."

not after throwing 8 billion taxpayer dollars down the ecological rathole with nothing (except the highest electricity rates in north america) to show for it.

i guess that's why she's having that 'hydro one' firesale. now some big multinational corporation can reap the green harvest.

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