St. Anthony doesn’t forget; Dunderdale meets protesters

When Kathy Dunderdale’s bus rolled up to local candidate Selma Pike’s headquarters, she was met by about a dozen protesters carrying red signs that read “we are still fighting”, and “show us some respect”. The protesters were referring to the PC government’s decision to relocate the air ambulance service away from the northern peninsula of the island to Labrador, and said that the decision was political and not practical. For her part, Dunderdale said that she and the protesters would have to agree to disagree on the decision.

Source: VOCM

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