Sunday, June 4, 2017

PETITION UPDATE National Trust of Canada has named this on it's 10 most endangered places June Acorn Edmonton, Canada


This museum is gorgeous and there is absolutely no reason why the GOA can't repurpose it instead of trashing it.
I'd say some personal visits to NDP MLA offices by citizens would help.
Then we can all go visit the citizens in the constituencies of Ms. Hoffman and Mr. Mason to bring up the issue of fiscal responsibility and waste of public investments in infrastructure.
The GOA can do anything. Just witness the useless $14.2 million it wasted on an alternative health program with no discernible deliverables that I can determine--the Pure North Foundation investment.
Why can't we have the RAM repurposed? Guess no one in the executive council is willing to approve this deal.


https://www.change.org/p/alberta-infrastructure-save-the-museum-building-in-old-glenora?source_location=miniba

PETITION UPDATE

National Trust of Canada has named this on it's 10 most endangered places

June Acorn
Edmonton, Canada

Discussion

Good job June in getting this campaign so much attention from citizens and organizations. 
It's time for citizens to start visiting NDP MLA constituency offices and asking for the government to take action. A personal contact is very helpful in these matters. 
Then we all need to go visit the voters of the constituency of Ms. Hoffman and Mr. Mason and ask for help. 
It's a good cause.


National Trust of Canada has named this on it's 10 most endangered places

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