Toronto minister isn’t a problem
I don’t support Justin Trudeau but I have no problem with Trudeau appointing a Toronto MP as Minister of ACOA. The fact that 32 MPs can’t or won’t control dirty politics in Atlantic Canada is no surprise.
If Trudeau really wants to clean up politics on P.E.I. then disband the P.E.I. Supreme Court and P.E.I. Court of Appeals and merge both courts with the New Brunswick Supreme Court and N.B. Supreme Court of Appeal.
Justice Jenkins ruled against Legal Aid in September 1999.
The province threatened a noncustodial parent with arrest.
Jenkins changed the rules to make court more accessible but still hasn’t admitted his mistake.
I wrote to Attorney General Alan Buchanan in 1994. Since then three people committed suicide in two Island hospitals and a four-year-old boy was murdered.
Both Jenkins and Buchanan haven’t answered for their lack of judgment.
Trudeau is taking the politics out by appointing a minister for ACOA from Ontario.
I demand Justin Trudeau take the politics out of the P.E.I. Supreme by merging the P.E.I. Supreme Court with the New Brunswick Supreme Court.
John W. A. Curtis, Summerside