March 02, 2017

UPDATE: NDP announce more (fake) consultations to humour OHV users

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

I have a quick update to bring you about the NDP’s war on fun in southern Alberta’s new Castle Wilderness Park and their ban on off-highway vehicles (OHVs). 

Can you imagine being so awful at conservation that you turn outdoorsy people against parks?

Well that's what the NDP have done, and they call themselves environmentalists.

Since the announcement of the park, and their unceremonious removal, the OHV users have been holding their own public town halls.

People want answers and the NDP have none. They aren't even showing up!

So the NDP held a press conference to announce their solution: more fake consultations!

But they aren't letting those OHVs back in. They're just going to talk to more Albertans. Then ignore them. The NDP just want to kick the anger down the road and hope it goes away.

To learn the full story go to and sign our petition demanding Environment and Parks Minister Shannon Phillips keep her word to OHV users and let them back in the park.

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commented 2017-03-03 10:17:59 -0500
All the volunteers who worked on these trails are suppose to tell their children what.
Nutley and turdo want you stay in the basement and smoke pot and enjoy the video game version.
commented 2017-03-03 05:13:23 -0500
The NDP is not only corrupt, but just plain loony. Could this attack on OHVs have something to do with radical Islam where “fun” and smiles are banned?
But I digress.
One good thing about the Alberta NDP is that its history of governing has assured us that the BC NDP will NOT have a chance to win our election coming up in a couple months.
commented 2017-03-02 23:03:42 -0500
The NDP do not engage in this activity so they have to ruin it for others, sad how they think they have to make us all live the joyless lives they choose.
commented 2017-03-02 22:51:03 -0500
Really Sheila, are you serious ? Of course the urban, condo living, CBC crowd should dictate how we spend our leisure time. Now let’s put a Starbucks on the trail, and how about a retail outlet the sells 400.00 $ state of the art, peritoneum based wind breakers that they can also wear to the LRT station to impress all their fellow riders while they wait miserably for 10 minutes while the next provincially subsidized……….
Sorry, went on a rant there.
As a side note, every NDP caucus member should have a wifi thermostat installed in their home and office, with access to the public. I don’t want control, but I want read access.
Butt ( Gerald reference ) being elected as open and transparent doesn’t necessarily mean open and transparent I guess.