Now that Donald Macdonald, the Trudeau-era finance minister who brought in wage and price controls, can no longer cripple Canada's economy by central planning, he's settling for planning to spend Torontonians' money — on cricket pitches. From The Toronto Star:
Macdonald is helping the Canadian Cricket Association lobby City Hall for more facilities. The group is seeking 20 additional pitches, one or two indoor training facilities, and a doubling of the number of cricket programs in schools to 120 — all within the next 10 years.With Donald Macdonald's support, it is apparent that they are feeling quite welcome to play games with us. Macdonald's plan also would advance the objectives of official multiculturalism, another Trudeau scheme, accentuating the exterior and superficial differences between cultures while encouraging assimilation into the carefully cultivated Canadian societal norms of expectations of entitlement.
Wednesday, June 29, 2005
Posted by MapMaster on Wednesday, June 29, 2005