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  • Tina May
    February 22, 2013 - 12:10

    r kids r starvin eatin only 1 or 2 boxes of kraft dinner (NO NAME KD mind you) a week........... and these fat cats are livin large in a palace holy jumpins, stop tryin to perserve an maintain our culture give me the m oney.......... you see how much a pack a smokes is now jumpins.............. r taxs bein blown away on hertiage puuuu rahhhh whens the cosco comin

  • Tina May
    February 22, 2013 - 09:18

    r kids r starvin eatin only 1 or 2 boxes of kraft dinner (NO NAME KD mind you) a week........... and these fat cats are livin large in a palace holy jumpins, stop tryin to perserve an maintain our culture give me the m oney.......... you see how much a pack a smokes is now jumpins.............. r taxs bein blown away on hertiage puuuu rahhhh whens the cosco comin

  • Why not save money and time and facade
    February 22, 2013 - 07:42

    The PEI Legislature is a bad joke, Ghiz has snubbed democracy and accountability. What is the point of this facade of phoney drama, the Legislature.........Province house should be our museum and the Speaker could move into Premiers offices with her rubber stamp. Then we would operate openly as a dictatorship. Prorogue the Legislature forever? funny eh?

  • to be planb'd, or not to be plan'b?
    February 22, 2013 - 07:32

    The 13 most depressing words Islanders could possibly read, "It will be business as usual during the spring session of the legislature . . . "

  • Jean Paul Poirier
    February 22, 2013 - 04:29

    It is a wonderful old building , with much history. It is time to find an alternative location for the legislature. They have important work to do and it is becoming pointless to continue using what is essentially a Museum. One cannot make major renovations to the building and I stress that this is 2013. Let s preserve this important onument to Canadian history and do our current business elsewhere. 149 years and still have British pictures on our money.