May 22, 2017
Organizations are strong and then they change.
(l) Les Stewart SPCC, ON Premier Kathleen Wynne and Don Morgan, Chair AWARE Simcoe
On August 9, 2013, at a Barrie Liberal event (see above) I told Mr. Morgan that I had concluded that the Midurst Ratepayers’ Association, MRA were acting in bad faith. In effect, they were acting as an obstacle to defeating the Midhurst Secondary Plan. Previously, I had openly stated that conclusion to the then-MRA president.
I presented the concept of not-for profit control fraud to Mr. Morgan recently because I suspect the similar issue is arising with the Simcoe County Greenbelt Coalition.
With a development worth $40-billion, it should not be a surprise that deceit and “double-heartedness” occurs.
People are free to believe who they want to believe.
Time has a habit of revealing all deceptions.
August 31, 2013
A First Nations education centre, in addition to continuing with the heritage of a +90 year old, supervised park?
As reported on the front page of today’s Springwater News (circulation 17, 300), Premier meets local community activists:
Les Stewart of the Springwater Park Citizens’ Coalition and AWARE Simcoe chair Don Morgan chatted with Premier Wynne when she recently visited Barrie. In an interview with the Barrie Examiner, Wynne said she is aware of the First Nations women’s camp at Springwater Park and does not think their idea of a native education centre at the is the park is unreasonable. “I think it’s a matter of how we would do that, where the funding would come from and it would be sustainable.”
Our brief chat happened on August 9th at the home of former Barrie MPP and MP Aileen Carroll. I reported here on Premier Wynne’s interview on the original Barrie Examiner article. pdf
Here are a few additional pictures I took at the barbecue.
Cross-posted from an August 29th post on SpringwaterParkcc.org.