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"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Typical

Labrador Metis Nation President Chris Montague took the Atlantic Premiers' meeting in Churchill Falls to remind one of the four Premiers in particular of the environmental and legal concerns that the LMN has about Our Dear ImaginaryLower Churchill Project.

As reported by Dave Bartlett in today's Telegram, that brought the following retort from Himself:
But Williams said Montague is simply taking an opportune moment to get some publicity.

"That's typical of Mr. Montague," said Williams.

"He always tries to ... get involved at a time when there's a critical time in the negotiations, to do what he can to hamper those negotiations."

He adds, for good measure:
Williams recently told a Telegram editorial board that if the New Dawn Agreement with the Labrador Innu isn't ratified, the Lower Churchill deal would die.

On Friday, he said that's not the case with the Metis, and the project wouldn't be shelved if an agreement can't be reached with the LMN.

3 Comments:

At 6:34 PM, November 21, 2009 , Blogger Mark said...

"He always tries to ... get involved at a time when there's a critical time in the negotiations, to do what he can to hamper those negotiations."

That's clever. Where'd he learn that tactic?

 
At 6:44 PM, November 21, 2009 , Blogger Max said...

Wallace,

Is this why your former friend stalks you with this observation?

"with WJM it is all about the money. Wally hasn't liked Danny since he refused to cave in to the Labrador Metis 'Nation' regarding money.

MacLean, the misantrophic mercenary metis misChief maker is a marauding meddler who mostly misses no chance to malign Mr. Williams.

CMJ - Former friend of WJM"

Is s/he correct?

Joe Brown

 
At 7:36 PM, November 21, 2009 , Blogger WJM said...

Is this why your former friend stalks you with this observation?

No idea, largely because I can't think of anyone with those initials, nor of any recovering friends who wouldn't know how to spell.

Is s/he correct?

He, she, it or them are not correct.

 

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