Tyler Murnaghan | Lunatic PEI Activist | Cock Rings | Hookah Bongs | Pesticide Free PEI | Leadership lacking on pesticide use – Letter to editor – The Guardian

And to think (canary in a coal mine pesticide ban lunatic) Selina Robinson MLA of Coquitlam rallied alongside school children to shut down a strip joint that didn't even serve alcohol.  

Nude wearing a gas mask , possibly a cock ring?  Lunatic Sharon Labchuk warns about the heavy use of pesticides on P.E.I. crops. (Photo: Nance Ackerman)

 
 
Letters to the Editor (The Guardian)

 

Editor: Recently the hot topic issue in this municipal campaign has become cosmetic pesticide usage, and it seems that every candidate has an opinion. The real issue here is why this was not dealt with already? The answer is lack of political leadership.

When the provincial government failed to enact a comprehensive ban several years ago, it should have been the City of Charlottetown that lobbied the Department of Environment to get the job done and properly protect the residents of Charlottetown. It is sad, that as on many issues, the city was and still is silent.

I completely support the work of the advocacy group Pesticide Free P.E.I., and join in calling for a comprehensive ban on cosmetic pesticides and in the interim a ban on spraying near schools, playgrounds and seniors housing units. Because of the hard work of these individuals, the cosmetic pesticide issue is drawing the attention it should have already received.

 Tyler Murnaghan,

Candidate for City Council

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Charlottetown, PE – (August 28, 2014) – Tyler Murnaghan, candidate for City Council in Ward 6 is disturbed by the recent decision by City council to reject a variance for Taboo Company, an adult novelty store located in Charlottetown.

"This is a legitimate small business, which provides much needed jobs in the City. Council has no reason to shut down them down, especially after their cooperation in removing, what some have considered, inappropriate items from window displays," stated Murnaghan.

City Council has been in the opposition to several small businesses this summer, including food trucks such as the Big Orange Lunchbox and the Chip Shack. After public pressure, Council reversed their earlier decisions and Murnaghan hopes the same will happen here.

"It is a shame that instead of supporting small business, Council has chosen to again put up roads blocks. Residents of Charlottetown must remember these poor decisions when they go to the polls this November," concluded Murnaghan.

Contact:
Tyler Murnaghan
Candidate for City Council, Ward 6
P. (902) 314-0440
E. ty_murnaghan@hotmail.com

 
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