After weeks of battering for having brought in the "Harmonized Sales Tax", Ontario Premiere Dalton McGuinty recieved a polite reception by the National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada and its President, Tom Saras, on Canada Day plus one, July 2, 2010. It was also Premiere McGuinty's birthday, almost (July 21st), for which he recieved a birthday cake (which we all ate) and a very good portrait of himself.
Premiere McGuinty came equipped with Liberal colleagues from his caucus, Ministers the Honourable Margarett Best (member for Ehatare/Eesti Kodu) Minister for Health Promotion and the Honourable Kathleen Wynne, Minister of Transport (member for St.Peters Lutheran Church) and Ottawa, the Honorable Jim Karygiannis and Robert Oliphant (member for St. Peter's Lutheran Church).
An Impartial politician was Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti and a non politician was York Regional Police Chief Armand P. La Barge (also Joekaaru's Police Chief ).
Chief La Barge was familiar with Joekaaru which the Honourable Peter Van Loan had informed him of. We are safe.
Minister Wynne was asked why she was changed from the position of Minister of Education (where she had done a very good job) to Minister of Transport, she replied,"Transport needs a lot of work in Toronto by a Toronto member. There has not been a transport strategy in this city for the last thirty five years." She invited Eesti Elu for an in depth discussion which could be very interesting.
NEPMCC and Tom Saras and Ms. Asha Rajak the MC throw a good, good party with plenty of politicians.
Ethnic Canada Day Celebration Also Fete Premiere's Birthday