Letter - Law and order not controversial

The Regional

April 14, 2010

Canace continues to oppose race base policing/justice inflicted on the residents of Caledonia, Deseronto, Ipperwash and elsewhere in this province, by the McGuinty liberals, Fantino and the OPP.

In protesting peacefully and exposing the rot and bias that is prevalent within our provincial government and the OPP, credibility is now synonymous with Canace. With that credibility, McHale and Vandermaas will  represent Canace at the New Directions in Aboriginal Policy forum at Mount Royal University in Calgary.

These two men want input from the business community and the person on the street factored into their presentations. I understand Merlyn contacted the Lions to rent their hall. Much to his dismay he was informed the hell would not be rented to anyone controversial.

I won't single out the Lions Club as being the only problem. We have the council, the chamber of commerce, churches, officers of the courts and many others.

In closing, law and order is not controversial.

M. Collins

Caledonia