Hope Bay cottagers have launched a $50-million lawsuit against both the federal government and the Nawash band council.
Meanwhile folks in Caledonia are asking the question, "If Sam Gualtieri had died when he was attacked by a pack of goons last year, would Premier Dawlton McGuinty have come down for his funeral?" This and other questions are on the minds of residents, according to the Sun's Joe Warmington.
...Sam is no longer a homebuilder because since he was ambushed he has lost his business, can't drive, is constantly dizzy, is unable to remember very much of the past and still has difficulty speaking.So what is the Federal Government doing about this one, you ask?
He was a champion bowler who has nailed five perfect games but now can only dream about getting enough rehab to return to the lanes.
"It is very frustrating," Sam said in his first interview since the incident last September. "I just find myself with tears coming out of my eyes for no reason."
Another question that came up in my visit to Caledonia yesterday was: Has McGuinty forgotten about Caledonia?
John Tory had the best line of the day. "He hasn't forgotten I guarantee you. It is on his conscience."
Well, they have put two offers on the table and are still waiting for a response.
If Dalton McGuinty wonders why Ontario is going down the tubes, he might look in the mirror instead of pointing his finger at Ottawa.