The Anti-Corruption Policies of the PC Party: Why hasn’t the Mainstream Media Informed Islanders about them?

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3 Responses to The Anti-Corruption Policies of the PC Party: Why hasn’t the Mainstream Media Informed Islanders about them?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Well done Mr. Arsenault, written from the heart and soul of a genuinely concerned citizen. Seems so simple when you ignore the partisanship of politics. It is difficult to enlighten the citizens if those responsible for doing so fail to recognize their first responsibility is to their fellow citizens.

  2. waburden says:

    Political corruption is a key issue for anyone paying attention and committed to real change and there should be no excuse whatsoever for advancing a platform to deal with that. If the media fails to engage then it should be up to the party to assume responsibility for educating citizens and seizing every opportunity to insist on having that conversation.

  3. George says:

    The Guardian/Journal Pioneer are bought and paid for by the Government of PEI with our taxes. The CBC is bought and paid for by the Government of Canada with our taxes.
    Rise up against the forces of darkness.

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