Port Hardy passed over for DFO staff

Port Hardy passed over for DFO staff

There are 5 comments on the North Island Gazette story from Nov 18, 2010, titled Port Hardy passed over for DFO staff. In it, North Island Gazette reports that:

When Fisheries and Oceans Canada takes responsibility for aquaculture Dec. 18, new staff members will be assigned to the island, but none of them will be posted in the Port Hardy office.

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Ucluelet

Scarborough, Canada

#1 Nov 20, 2010
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Ucluelet harbour

Scarborough, Canada

#2 Nov 20, 2010
Boat runs aground in Ucluelet harbour, man arrested for attempted arson

Read the original story from Jul 11, 2008 | Canada.com

A Tofino man was arrested Monday in Ucluelet harbour for allegedly trying to burn down a boat that ran aground and partially sank the day before.

http://www.canada.com/westerly/story.html...
Meso Hohni

Canada

#3 Nov 21, 2010
Port Hardy is a sinkhole of crackheads,alcoholics and welfare bums.It would have constituted cruel and unusual punishment to post DFO staff there.
libert justice

Vancouver, Canada

#4 Jan 28, 2014
Criminals ny consent is a topic of mainstream conversation lately. what we do not condem we condone. Criminals have more rights than victims
.we pay taxes as do visitors to a system that condones crime and supporys criminals which invludes free attorneys fot them. RCMP have failed many times in their task at enforcing the criminal code according to justice Mark T Ewing snd others. Rcmp have also been found guilty of wrongdoing and criminal offenses which would explain the lack of enforcing the criminal code
The cheif anylist of complaints for rcmp stated he gets 6000 complaonts per year average and more. What does all this tell is. It is time for change and accountability.
Herbert

Nanaimo, Canada

#5 Sep 26, 2015
libert justice wrote:
The cheif anylist of complaints for rcmp stated he gets 6000 complaonts per year average and more. What does all this tell is. It is time for change and accountability.
Uh you can't use 'accountability' and 'RCMP' in the same sentence.

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