NDP Leader, Lorraine Michael (MHA Signal Hill–Quidi Vidi) says she is disappointed the Dunderdale Conservatives have been silent to date on the deplorable state of the federal search and rescue program serving the province.
NDP Fisheries and Aquaculture critic Christopher Mitchelmore (MHA The Straits - White Bay North) says he is glad to see the Minister of Fishers and Aquaculture living up to his responsibilities for the resources owned by the people of the province by denying Ocean Choice International (OCI) exemptions to redfish and yellowtail processing commitments.
NDP Leader Lorraine Michael (MHA Signal Hill-Quidi Vidi) today responded to Natural Resources’ minister Jerome Kennedy’s comments during last night’s post-debate press conference regarding her concerns about mercury contamination in Lake Melville.
NDP Labour critic Dale Kirby (MHA St. John’s North) says Ocean Choice International has taken advantage of government’s deafening silence to run roughshod over the right of workers in this province to strike. Kirby says government has given OCI tacit approval to use scab labour to harvest public resources government was elected to manage on our behalf.
NDP Fisheries Critic Christopher Mitchelmore (The Straits – White Bay North) and Labour Critic Dale Kirby (St. John’s North) will be going to the Bay Roberts picket lines at 2:30 today. They are going to meet with the locked out workers of the Newfoundland Lynx.
Mitchelmore and Kirby will be accompanied by George Murphy (St. John’s East) and Gerry Rogers (St. John’s Centre).
NDP Fisheries Critic Christopher Mitchelmore (The Straits –White Bay North) and Labour Critic Dale Kirby (St. John’s North) are once again calling on the Dunderdale Conservatives to table anti-scab legislation in the House of Assembly. Ocean Choice International (OCI) has decided to lock out a unionized trawler crew while bringing in scab labour to fill those workers’ jobs.
NDP Leader Lorraine Michael (MHA Signal Hill–Quidi Vidi) is calling for the Dunderdale government to demand that their federal counterparts live up to their responsibilities to provide adequate search and rescue services to the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.