Provincial and Federal issues that effect Hamilton => Canadian Social / Political Issues => Topic started by: editor on June 21, 2006, 12:21:33 pm

Title: Why are rural landowners under attack?
Post by: editor on June 21, 2006, 12:21:33 pm
Why are rural landowners under attack?



Join the rural landowners, farmers and small business - to fight for democracy's return and a Canadian Bill of Rights -
not Government Wrongs. All these intolerable acts are the result of our lost property rights. The Landowners are
resolved to make Parliament restore "Our right to own, use, enjoy and earn a living on our private property" -
free from the unnecessary and intrusive urban regulations that have closed our sawmills, slaughtered our abattoirs,
broken the back of our family farms, threatened our maple syrup producers and clear-cut personal freedom and liberty
from our woodlots and lands.

In conjuction with:

    * Lanark Landowners' Association (LLA)
    * The Renfrew County Private Landowners Association (RCPLA)
    * Ontario Property & Environmental Rights Alliance (OPERA)
    * Hastings County Property Rights coalition
    * Glengarry Landowners association
    * Leeds & Grenville landowners association
    * Prescott/Russell landowners association
    * Dundas & Stormont Landowners association
    * York& Durham landowners Association
    * Simcoe County Landowners association
    * Conservationists of Frontenac & Addington
    * Kapuskasing Energy Regional Resource Association
    * Ontario Wood Producers Association
    * West Carleton Rural Association (WCRA)
    * Rural Council of OTTAWA
    * Water watch association
    * Milton rural Residents association
    * Rural Rights alliance
    * Alberta Association of Landowners for the Protection of Agricultural Land
    * Western Stock Growers
    * Ottawa Carleton Soil & Crop improvement association
    * Ontario Deamalamation Network
    * Ontario Deer & Elk Farmers association
    * GreenBelt Coalition

Contact Randy Hillier 613-267-6661 (randy@ruralrevolution.com),
Merle Bowes 257-7968, (mrbowes@sympatico.ca),


What do you think..?

Comments appreciated