14:03:13 GMT, [email protected]
Tim Nye wrote:
>Anyway, in it he claimed that Ron Hayter blames him for the loss of 48,000
>jobs. The obvious answer is that there is a connection between his claim of
>having “owned many businesses”, and his boast about putting people out of
48,000 people out of work? That’d be more than 10% of the Edmonton
>However, as much as Mr. Grosvenor continues to amaze us all, I’m sure that
>even he could not have ruined that many businesses.
>So can anyone enlighten us on who Ron Hayter is, and why he would blame Mr.
>Grosvenor for such a great loss of jobs?
Ron Hayter spent 24 years as an alderman with the Edmonton city
council before retiring (not seeking re-election) last election. I
have no idea why Hayter would blame Grosvenor for anything — assuming
he did in the first place… (This seems unlikely.)
>mentioning he is now considering emigration to Australia or New Zealand.
Good luck! Australia is difficult to immigrate into — and the older
the applicant, the harder it gets. A friend of mine looked into it
recently — his brother owns a small business near Brisbane, so my
friend would have a job and a place to live GUARANTEED. He still
didn’t have enough points to qualify.
glenn st-germain ś edmonton alberta canada ś [email protected]
“I don’t want a Rolls Royce. A computer will do.” — Nash the Slash
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Article: 46222 of bc.general
From: [email protected] (Glenn St-Germain)
Subject: Re: Is William Grosvenor leaving Canada? Say it ain’t so!
Date: Fri, 31 May 1996 22:25:02 GMT
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