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    Quote Originally Posted by SIR VEYOR View Post
    Come or not, it’s not like they actually leave their province anyways...
    I did. Over 40 years ago. I've always said Winnipeg is a great place to come from

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey_Wolf View Post
    I did. Over 40 years ago. I've always said Winnipeg is a great place to come from
    Your rarity is akin to a jackalope

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    See if y'all can get the Yukon to come along. Access to the Arctic will only become more important as development occurs, and a friendly land corridor from the lower 48 to Alaska would be a selling point for support from D.C. - I'm guessing CAF would be asked to vacate Cold Lake? and the US would assume tenancy? Like West Germany, only bigger
    "If we had a vote tomorrow I would vote, once again, to keep the Registry..." - Justin Trudeau
    "... if Canadians are to trust their government, their government needs to trust Canadians." - Justin Trudeau

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    Jay Hill expressed his reasons very well and concisely. My thoughts are exactly the same. Things have to change and if they do not, then just like a bad marriage it will be time to move on. It will be a shame, no doubt about it, but two are needed to tango... No province would accept to see its economy being put down by the Federal government so it can gain votes in other parts of the country. I certainly do not. Enough is enough.

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    ^^ very well said, and also how I feel. ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey_Wolf View Post
    I did. Over 40 years ago. I've always said Winnipeg is a great place to come from
    I've felt the same way about my home town for a long time. (Starts with T and ends with O)

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    Join up with the USA ... who’s going to protect all that oil from the Cossack and Mongol hordes?
    Trump would love to add a few maple leafs to the Star Spangled.
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