An email received from a “concerned Marine Atlantic employee,” who also claims to be the head of a union local, complains the Crown corporation is frequently outsourcing jobs in violation of union contracts. With an aside that Marine Atlantic’s management’s attitude and spending habits are out of control.
I’ve been informed that Huang’s Restaurant of Sydney has successfully dealt with a rat problem.
The lawsuit and counter-claim between Sydney-based company Norman Bushell House Moving and Laurie Plante and Ronald Carlson of Glace Bay have been resolved, with both parties having to fork out some cashola to each other.
As first reported by my organ way back in Frank 625, in 2010 Laurie and Ronald hired Norman to lift their home up and install a proper foundation beneath it.
Kay Boutilier, the 25-year-old Glace Bay native pop singer whose recent stinkbomb performance on her home turf caused the Savoy Theatre to offer a refund to concert-goers, says if the debacle had to happen, she’s glad it went down in front of a hometown crowd.
To say that a pair of Liberal MLAs are upset about proposed changes to their riding boundaries is perhaps the understatement of the year.
“We are under siege by this government!” declares newbie Yarmouth representative Zach Churchill, whose riding would be divided between Clare and Argyle, creating the new ridings of Yarmouth-Argyle and Clare-Yarmouth.
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