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Letter: Wynne needs vision for Crown land

By: Letter to the Editor

 | May 02, 2014 - 11:43 AM |
Re: Nickel Belt Liberal candidate James Tregonning’s letter “Provincial opposition engaging in ‘useless filibustering,’” which appeared in the April 16 edition of Northern Life.

Your statement was “Premier Kathleen Wynne has the vision and the leadership to create a government that works for the people.” First I would like to tell you this is great news to the outdoor enthusiast of Northern Ontario. And second, I certainly agree that filibustering is always useless.

I would also like to take this opportunity to point out some visions that the people of Northern Ontario have, and would ask that you share these visions with Premier Kathleen Wynne as well as other the MPPs of Ontario.

One such vision would be to have a judicial inquiry into the wrongdoings of the Ministry of Natural Resources.

A vision where forest roads which are on public land are never restricted to the public citizens of Ontario. A vision where all public lakes and public land would have equal access to all users. If for any reason a citizen of Ontario was to be restricted from lands and lakes, please ensure no other individual, Canadian or non-Canadian would have exclusive access to public lands and lakes.

A vision where the current failure of the adult moose tag allocation be abolished in order to move towards a tag system that will increase the size of moose herds in all Wildlife Management Units.

These are some visions shared by outdoor men and women of Ontario. Will Premier Kathleen Wynne share our visions and demonstrate that she has the leadership to create a government that works for the people, as stated in your letter?

Michel Roy

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