Is there a law in the Great White North stating that if you want to work for the Government of Canada or even one of its Crown Corporations or offshoots that you have to be a middle-aged battleaxe incapable of smiling?
Just saying. Sorry ladies. If you don’t like it, change.
A word of advice: It’s called “SERVICE Canada.” Read the name again.
AN ONGOING DIARY OF THE MOST INEPT, ARROGANT, INCOMPETENT PUBLIC SERVANT THIS GENERATION OF CANADIANS HAVE HAD THE MISFORTUNE TO SUFFER.
On Wednesday, October 22 2014, Canada suffered the second terrorist attack of the week when a single gunman shot and killed a Canadian reserve soldier volunteering to patrol at the Canadian National War Memorial on Parliament Hill by a lone gunman best known for criminal activities and suspected mental health issues.
The gunman then commandeered a car and forced his way into the Parliament Buildings, where he was ultimately shot to death. In the interim, Parliament and much of the capital city, Ottawa, was locked down. The Prime Minister himself was reportedly hidden in a closet.
So what were the first words out of Julian Fantino, Cabinet Member and Veteran Affairs member? While a veteran of the military he was closely associated with lay dead, the leader of his government locked in a closet while other parliamentarians made makeshift spears out of flag poles to protect him, Julian Fantino’s first words in a social media tweet began with “I am fine….”