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Friday, January 20, 2006

CAW money used to support Bloc? 
(en francais)


With all the talk about Buzz supporting the Bloc and seeing the pamphlet posted on the CAW French site, I thought it might be worthwhile to visit Elections Canada and see who is listed as a Third Party.

Registered Third Parties
For the 39th General Election, January 23, 2006 (PDF format)

If you look at the report, you will see the CAW Canada/TCA Quebec listed as a Registered Third Party.

Which leads me to wonder how much of the members money is the CAW/TCA spending to promote a party who's sole goal is the separation of Quebec from Canada? With an individual riding cap of $3,000 per riding to a maximum of $150,000, there is a lot of potential.

Once again, let me see if I can muddle my way through this maze.

Buzz Hargrove is the National President of a union who is currently supporting the Bloc Quebecois, a separatist party in Quebec, in this federal election.

At the same time he is campaigning with the Prime Minister of Canada, a man who vowed to fight separatists on every street corner of Canada. Several times Buzz Hargrove has appeared and endorsed Paul Martin and his party. Never once has Paul Martin challenged Buzz Hargrove on his separatist support for the Bloc in Quebec.

And Stephen Harper is a threat to Canada? I would really like to see what brand of logic Paul Martin and Buzz Hargrove subscribe to.

By the way Buzz, I would be careful next time I see Paul Martin. Now that the cat is out of the bag he's obligated to scrap with you on the street corner, and we all know just how dangerous a Liberal in danger of losing his or her government entitlements is.


Paul Synnott at 5:49 AM    | en francais | Go to Top|


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