June 17th, 2015


Fredericton Mayor Brad Woodside comments on duality and segregation

  We applaud Mr. Woodside’s courage to recognize and speak out in regards to the waste of resources and division of citizens in regards to duality and specifically the segregation of students based on language. Both history and common sense tells us that it doesn’t work; in fact it causes damage and disparity for communities and our province. 

  New Brunswickers have to support those willing to question and challenge sensitive issues, whether it’s environmental, educational, financial or other.  Without voices of reason, we would not have environmental studies for industry, no accountability for misspent tax dollars, no social or educational reform. We have to ask questions, we have to support those who ask;  open discussion is the only way ANY issue gets resolved. 

  In regards to mayor Brad Woodside’s comments and questions, you don’t have to agree, you don’t even have to like what was questioned; you do have to respect he had the courage and common sense to do so.

  The People’s Alliance welcomes all those who dare ask questions and challenge the status quo in fact we encourage it!. Things in general are not working well in this province and it’s time we started to ask “why?”.

  Kris Austin, party Leader

People’s Alliance of New Brunswick

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