Sunday, 27 October 2013

I see that Mr Baconfat, Chucky Leblanc, Pam Sweet, the Indians, the Fat Fred City Finest and the Quebecor wackos are all having fun picking a fights today EH Davey Baby Alward???

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2013 22:33:32 -0300
Subject: Re: I see that Mr Baconfat, Chucky Leblanc, Pam Sweet, the
Indians, the Fat Fred City Finest and the Quebecor wackos are all
having fun picking a fights today EH Davey Baby Alward???
To: "" <>, grenouf
<>, "Kory.Teneycke"
<>, warren <>, lisa
<>, Jessica Hume <>,
"joshua.skurnik" <>,,,,,,,,, "dean.delmastro.c1"
<>, "john.warr"
<>, "roger.l.brown"
<>, "david.alward" <>,
premier <>, anita-sharma <>,
lauramaebrown <>
Cc: David Amos <>,,, hiddenfromhistory1
<>, radical <>,
merv <>, waterwarcrimes
<>, water <>,
mikeduffy <>, wallinp
<>, brazep <>, ppalmater
<>, pm <>

So you have been getting my emails after all EH kid? Why the hell did
yopu make me send the first one three times? If you only wanted to
know about the Harrison Dude why not just Google him or ask the RCMP
or Miles Howe or better yet Ezzy Baby Levant's favourite blogger/shill
"The Goof" Greggy Baby Renouf. Harper and the RCMP know that I have
far bigger fish to fry than than a firebug hired by the corrupt cops.

Trust that I won't tell you dudes any of my big secrets or their
sources. (You crooked little dudes don 't believe me even when I send
documentation CORRECT?)

As for your response about Indians etc best learn to read kid before
you insult a man you loves to argue lawyers. FYI The words you find so
offensive are NOT MINE. They are that of Sun TV's number one blogging
butt buddy Mr Baconfat's. So be careful what you accuse me of kid.

You do work for Quebecor and Kory Teneycke in pariticular I bet Kory
Baby is still cursing me over the Potash deal EH Mr Harper? Josh best
ask your lawyers if they have any available time to look through my
documents. The one hereto attached is a dilly to begin with EH Kory?
Even if a Yankee kid can find nothing worthwhile in them his boss Kory
knows the BHP many lawyers certainly did. EH Mr Harper and Mr Alward?

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos
902 800 0369

Kory Teneycke announces his resignation vice-president of development
for Quebecor Media at a Parliament Hill news conference on Sept. 15,

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Collins, Susan J (COSEC)" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 09:23:12 +1000
Subject: Email to BHP Billiton Chairman's

Please find attached a letter from Mr Jac Nasser, Chairman of BHP

Susan Collins
Company Secretariat
BHP Billiton | 180 Lonsdale St | Melbourne Vic 3000 |Australia
T: +61 3 9609 2654 | M: +61 427 713 994 | F: +61 3 9609 3290
E: <>

<<Amos D 2010 09 14.pdf>>

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Joshua Skurnik <>
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2013 20:03:45 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Re: I see that Mr Baconfat, Chucky Leblanc, Pam Sweet, the
Indians, the Fat Fred City Finest and the Quebecor wackos are all
having fun picking a fights today EH Davey Baby Alward???
To: David Amos <>

Mr. Amos,

I listened to you for quite a while on the phone, and then when I
asked you to further explain something you declined. I'm very busy
covering the story in Rexton with limited resources, so have not had
any available time to look through your documents, even if there is
something worthwhile in them. If you have any information regarding
Mr. Harrison directly and his involvement with the events of Oct.
17th, please send them my way.

I also must say, I find many of the terms you use to be very
derogatory, especially towards First Nations Peoples, and would ask
you to reconsider their use when writing me. Thank you in advance.


Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 27, 2013, at 8:26 PM, David Amos <> wrote:
> However the Zionist dudes on Sun TV and their blogging butt buddies
> Chucky Leblanc and Mr Baconfat take the cake as usual. I tried to
> explain the scene to the tough talking Yankee kid Joshua Skurnik
> before he picks a fight wioth the wrong guy. However he told me he was
> too busy to even read anything let alone care what happened in Burnt
> Church All the kid wanted to know was who the hell the Harrison dude
> from Manitoba was. I said if he had not bothered to read anything I
> sent him already why should I care to tell him anything anymore and
> let him go. I suspect that this will be the last email I ever send
> young Mr Skurnik Perhaps he wil say hey to the sneaky Anita Sharma
> formerly of CBC in Fat Fred City for us all N'esy Pas Davey Baby
> Alward?

Add a comment

Mike Corbin · Cook at BC Ferries
I hope Sun News pursues this to the fullest extent possible
Reply · 93 ·
· 12 hours ago
Sue MacDonell · Top Commenter · Humber College
I ask again, if charges have not been laid against the goons
who assaulted Skurnik and threatened Sims why not? Why does the SNN
continue to be silent about it? As far as I can see, no one has been
pursuing this at all. Why???
Reply · 46 ·
· 11 hours ago
David MacDonald · Top Commenter · Porter Creek Secondary School
Sue MacDonell Because SNN knows they're overplaying the events
and in a court they'd have to drum up facts and evidence. Here they
can just play the bad Natives card over and over and over.
Reply · 16 ·
· 11 hours ago
Frank Gaudet · Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University
David MacDonald The Military should step in. The Police should
stick to traffic control.
Reply · 46 ·
· 10 hours ago
View 32 more
Larry Winslow · Top Commenter
Isn't it interesting how the only Canadian NEWS Service that will
give a true and unbiased report on the events in New Brunswick is
driven back and denied access by the puppets of the Terrorist Indians
- the taxpayer paid police backed by the other puppets - the
non-action, cowardly government. The Terrorist Indians are allowed to
flaunt the law and do as they please while those charged with keeping
the law serve the Terrorists by keeping the truth from the taxpayer
public. This kind of cowardly government and useless police force has
to be stopped!
Reply · 76 ·
· 12 hours ago
Alan Bouch · Top Commenter
SNN? The news service that had been censured by the CBSC in
2013 for racist and inaccurate content? Your comment is a joke.

It does irritate me when our "taxpayer backed" Prime Minister
blocks access to the media. I guess if the Prime Minister refuses
access to information regarding the Government, then private citizens
have the right to refuse access as well. Why the double standards?
Reply · 12 ·
· 11 hours ago
Gregory Winkler · Top Commenter
Alan Bouch Read Brian Lilley's book about CBC, before you
start your pointless ideas about fairness of "media party"; Best
example Rexton, Thief Spencer, senator Mac Harb, who stole a few more
time times than Duffy. By the way he was charged....Ohhh...but he is
LIBERAL...I am so sorry.
Prime Minister blocking information? Are you from Venus of Mars?
If you want to see blocking information I invite you to
Ontario the wasteland of Liberal Premier Wynne. We are still waiting
for that 1 bln $ cheque for 2 liberal seats.
Reply · 53 ·
· 10 hours ago
Cory David Mix · Top Commenter · Calgary, Alberta
Alan Bouch I guess you would have not problem being dropped in a hole?
Reply · 21 ·
· 10 hours ago

With Sun TV behind him, Kory Teneycke picks up Potash file Add to ...
Steven Chase and Shawn McCarthy

The Globe and Mail

Published Thursday, Oct. 21 2010, 3:18 PM EDT

The former Harper spokesman behind the creation of Sun TV News has
found a fresh assignment in the takeover battle for Potash Corp.

Kory Teneckye is working for Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP
Billiton, which has launched a $39-billion bid for the Saskatchewan

Mr. Tenecyke is not lobbying Ottawa though. He's prohibited from doing
so under the terms of the Harper government's Federal Accountability
Act, which forces former political staffers to wait five years before
lobbying former employers.

He declined comment on his work Thursday, aside from saying it doesn't
require him to knock on doors in the federal government.

The Globe and Mail has learned the Saskatchewan-born politico - who
counts Premier Brad Wall as a friend - is helping BHP talk to the
provincial government in Regina. He's also offering BHP communications

Mr. Wall has opposed the BHP bid and urged Ottawa to reject its
takeover, saying he has no faith in Ottawa's ability to extract
enforceable promises for additional investment or job creation from
the mining concern.

Mr. Teneycke, who worked for Mr. Wall's Saskatchewan Party in years
past, served as the director of communications for the Harper
government for about a year before leaving the job in the summer of

He later led a drive, funded by Quebecor, to build a right-leaning
cable news network called Sun TV. It's supposed to launch in January
of 2011.

But Mr. Teneycke abruptly quit the project in September, saying
increasingly bitter public controversy over his role had made him a
liability to the controversial TV venture.

His exit followed a list of incidents where the colourful but
combative former political staffer courted controversy to publicize
his new venture - actions that he later acknowledged had "contributed
to the debasing of [the]debate" over Sun TV.

Mr. Teneycke's departure also raised questions about whether Quebec
billionaire Pierre Karl Péladeau would proceed with Sun TV. Quebecor
has said it still plans to launch the station, but without special
help from federal regulators as originally requested.

More related to this story
Potash politics put Tories on spot

Keep Potash in Canadian hands, Wall tells Ottawa

Executive's abrupt departure raises questions about Sun TV's future
Liberals oppose Potash bid

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 18:01:00 -0300
Subject: RE John Conway of the University of Regina and his published
opinion of the demise of the NDP In SK
To:,, bwall
<>, premier <>,,,,,
Cc:, maritime_malaise <>,,,
"jacques.nasser" <>, occupyfredericton
<>, "9.17occupywallstreet"
<>, occupyottawa

I don't believe John Conway knows as much as he thinks he does so he
deserved to be somewhat more enlightened EH Brad Wall? Rest assured
that I called him and told him as much as he wanted to know while
Lingenfelter's campain manager played as dumb as a post about my

However as dumb as Lingenfelter and his cohorts may pretend to be if
the NDP boss in SK truly practiced old style, right wing "take no
prisoners" politicking he who have embarassed the hell out of Brad
Wall last year with the letter from Jac Nasser to mean old me that is
hereto attached.

Anyone with two clues between their ears or even a dumb NDP dude would
know that BHP Billiton's Marius Kloppers visiting Brad Wall during an
election campaign is just no coincidence at all. Something smells
truly rotten indeed. However the only way to resolve my concerns is
byway of litigation CORRECT MR WALL?

Have your lawyers review the emials below and tell your Attorney
General to find the documents I sent his office byway REGISTERED US
MAIL in 2005 and tell them to give me a call if they have more BALLS
than you EH MR WALL?

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos
902 800 0369

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 15:16:55 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Fw: RE BHP's game I just called Bill Boyd and the NDP In SK
they played dumb as usual

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Yo Shawny Baby interestng trick your pal Carl Urquhart and
his buddies in the RCMP and Fat Fred City's Finest tried to pull on my
son and I last night EH?
To: "MLA" <>, "kelly. lamrock"
<>, "jack. keir" <>,
"jack.macdougall" <>, "Ed. Doherty"
<>, "" <>,
"" <>, "danfour"
<>, "Richard Harris"
<>, "tracy" <>, "nb.
premier" <>, "nbpolitico" <>,
"terry.seguin" <>
Cc: "Wayne.Lang" <>, "rob.lafrance"
<>, "shawn. graham" <>,
"John. Foran" <>, "john"
<>, "krisaustin"
<>, "robin reid" <>, "tony"
"Barry.MacKnight" <>, "Barry Winters"
Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2010, 6:25 PM

How dumb was that? I must ask did he expect the cops to arrest both of
us and then call us both crazy? Hell Urquhart even bragged in front of
the cops that he did the same shit on July 4th, 2008 That malicious
nonsense didn't work out too well for the long gone lawyer and former
Minister of Health Mikey Murphy partcularly after the nasty French
bastard Chucky Lebanc and hs pals violated my privacy and blogged
about N'esy Pas? I told the cops last nght to simply Google my name and
the dumb bastards laughed.

FYI type in Davd Amos to see that I wa not jokng with the smiling dumb
bastards last nght Google will offer Chucky Leblanc's bullshit about
mean old me at the top of the hit list DUHHH?

Davd Amos plus Google equals

Do tell does Carl Baby really think I won't sue his nasty arse
someday? Ya think the corrupt ex cop of Fat Fred City's Finest would
at least wait until he and his cohorts got sworn in to take over your
jobs EH?

--- On Mon, 9/13/10, David Amos <> wrote:

From: David Amos <>
Subject: How is your conscience and sense of ethical conduct doing now
Cc: "" <>,
"Dean.Buzza" <>
Date: Monday, September 13, 2010, 7:57 PM

Jane McAloon (Group Company Secretary) BEc (Hons), LLB, GDipGov, FCIS
Term of office: Jane McAloon was appointed Group Company Secretary in
July 2007 and joined the BHP Billiton Group in September 2006 as
Company Secretary for BHP Billiton Limited.
Skills and experience: Prior to joining BHP Billiton, Jane McAloon
held the position of Company Secretary and Group Manager External and
Regulatory Services in the Australian Gas Light Company. She
previously held various State and Commonwealth government positions,
including Director General of the NSW Ministry of Energy and Utilities
and Deputy Director General for the NSW Cabinet Office, as well as
working in private legal practice. She is a Fellow of the Institute of
Chartered Secretaries.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Collins, Susan J (COSEC)" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 09:23:12 +1000
Subject: Email to BHP Billiton Chairman's

Please find attached a letter from Mr Jac Nasser, Chairman of BHP

Susan Collins
Company Secretariat
BHP Billiton | 180 Lonsdale St | Melbourne Vic 3000 |Australia
T: +61 3 9609 2654 | M: +61 427 713 994 | F: +61 3 9609 3290
E: <>

<<Amos D 2010 09 14.pdf>>

-----Original Message-----
From: David Amos []
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2010 8:36 AM
To:;;;;; shawn. graham;;
rick.hancox; Bernard.LeBlanc; Liebenberg, Andre;; MooreR; danfour;;
Harris, Brendan; Dean.Buzza; Gilles. Blinn
Cc: wcoady;;;
WaterWarCrimes; Penny Bright; tony; Nasser, Jacques
Subject: Fwd: PotashCorp should mention my concerns about their lack
of ethical conduct and actions against me to your shareholers before
you people buy much stock in their stock eh?

With ANOTHER election in the near future I see no need to explain my
issues again about theexploitation of our natural resources to a
bunch of sneaky lawyers.(everyboy shoul checkout the pdf hereto
attache) especially our former Deputy Prime Minister Lanslide Annie
McLelllan an the RCMP thought they knew everything seven years ago and
did nothing let alone call me back just like you an your many
conservative cohorts NEVER did EH Brucy Baby Northrup? (902 800 0369
Notice my new contact number? You an the RCMP can forget Werner Bock's

Clearly there is no need for politicians to try to be confidential
with mean old me when the Globe and Mail loves spiling the beans
sometimes ou woul think those unethical journlists woul know that
simple truths spoken amongst common folk about corrupt politicians
have a good habit of coming to the surface sooner or later anyway EH?

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos

This message and any attached files may contain information that is
confidential and/or subject of legal privilege intended only for use
by the intended recipient. If you are not the intended recipient or
the person responsible for delivering the message to the intended
recipient, be advised that you have received this message in error and
that any dissemination, copying or use of this message or attachment
is strictly forbidden, as is the disclosure of the information
therein. If you have received this message in error please notify the
sender immediately and delete the message.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 16:38:35 -0300
Subject: Fwd: PotashCorp should mention my concerns about their lack
of ethical conduct and actions against me to your shareholers before
you people buy much stock in their stock eh?
To: henrybanta <>

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 15:47:02 -0300
Subject: PotashCorp should mention my concerns about their lack of
ethical conduct and actions against me to your shareholers before you
people buy much stock in their stock eh?
To:, ir <>'s_Chairman.pdf

---- Original Message -----
From: "McKnight, Gisele"
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2005 2:53 PM
Subject: David Amos

Hello Lisa,

David Amos asked me to contact you. I met him last June after he became
an independent (not representing any political party) candidate in our
election that was held June 28. He was a candidate in our constituency of
Fundy (now called Fundy-Royal).

I wrote a profile story about him, as I did all other candidates. That
story appeared in the Kings County Record June 22. A second story, written
by one of my reporters, appeared on the same date, which was a report on
the candidates' debate held June 18.

As I recall David Amos came last of four candidates in the election.
The winner got 14,997 votes, while Amos got 358.

I have attached the two stories that appeared, as well as a photo
taken by reporter Erin Hatfield during the debate. I couldn't find the photo
that ran, but this one is very similar.

A1-debate A1-amos,David for MP 24.doc debate 2.JPG

Gisele McKnight editor
Kings County Record
Sussex, New Brunswick

Raising a Little Hell- Lively Debate Provokes Crowd

By Erin Hatfield

"If you don't like what you got, why don't you change it? If your
world is all screwed up, rearrange it."

The 1979 Trooper song Raise a Little Hell blared on the speakers at
the 8th Hussars Sports Center Friday evening as people filed in to
watch the Fundy candidates debate the issues. It was an accurate, if
unofficial, theme song for the debate.

The crowd of over 200 spectators was dwarfed by the huge arena, but as
they chose their seats, it was clear the battle lines were drawn.
Supporters of Conservative candidate Rob Moore naturally took the blue
chairs on the right of the rink floor while John Herron's Liberalswent
left. There were splashes of orange, supporters of NDP Pat Hanratty,
mixed throughout. Perhaps the loudest applause came from a row towards
the back, where supporters of independent candidate David Amos sat.

The debate was moderated by Leo Melanson of CJCW Radio and was
organized by the Sussex Valley Jaycees. Candidates wereasked a barrage
of questions bypanelists Gisele McKnight of the Kings County Record
and Lisa Spencer of CJCW.

Staying true to party platforms for the most part, candidates
responded to questions about the gun registry, same sex marriage, the
exodus of young people from the Maritimes and regulated gas prices.
Herron and Moore were clear competitors,constantly challenging each
other on their answers and criticizing eachothers' party leaders.
Hanratty flew under the radar, giving short, concise responses to the
questions while Amos provided some food for thought and a bit of comic
relief with quirky answers. "I was raised with a gun," Amos said in
response to the question of thenational gun registry. "Nobody's
getting mine and I'm not paying 10 cents for it."

Herron, a Progressive Conservative MP turned Liberal, veered from his
party'splatform with regard to gun control. "It was ill advised but
well intentioned," Herron said. "No matter what side of the house I am
on, I'm voting against it." Pat Hanratty agreed there were better
places for the gun registry dollars to be spent.Recreational hunters
shouldn't have been penalized by this gun registry," he said.

The gun registry issues provoked the tempers of Herron and Moore. At
one point Herron got out of his seat and threw a piece of paper in
front of Moore. "Read that," Herron said to Moore, referring to the
voting record of Conservative Party leader Steven Harper. According to
Herron, Harper voted in favour of the registry on the first and second
readings of the bill in 1995. "He voted against it when it counted, at
final count," Moore said. "We needa government with courage to
register sex offenders rather than register the property of law
abiding citizens."

The crowd was vocal throughout the evening, with white haired men and
women heckling from the Conservative side. "Shut up John," one woman
yelled. "How can you talk about selling out?" a man yelled whenHerron
spoke about his fear that the Conservatives are selling farmers out.

Although the Liberal side was less vocal, Kings East MLA Leroy
Armstrong weighed in at one point. "You're out of touch," Armstrong
yelled to Moore from the crowd when the debate turned to the cost of
post-secondary education. Later in the evening Amos challenged
Armstrong to a public debate of their own. "Talk is cheap. Any time,
anyplace," Armstrong responded.

As the crowd made its way out of the building following the debate,
candidates worked the room. They shook hands with well-wishers and
fielded questions from spectators-all part of the decision-making
process for the June 28 vote.

Cutline – David Amos, independent candidate in Fundy, with some of his
favourite possessions—motorcycles.


The Unconventional Candidate

David Amos Isn't Campaigning For Your Vote, But….

By Gisele McKnight

FUNDY—He has a pack of cigarettes in his shirt pocket, a chain on his
wallet, a beard at least a foot long, 60 motorcycles and a cell phone
that rings to the tune of "Yankee Doodle."

Meet the latest addition to the Fundy ballot—David Amos.

The independent candidate lives in Milton, Massachusetts with his wife
and two children, but his place of residence does not stop him from
running for office in Canada.

One has only to be at least 18, a Canadian citizen and not be in jail
to meet Elections Canada requirements.

When it came time to launch his political crusade, Amos chose his
favourite place to do so—Fundy.

Amos, 52, is running for political office because of his
dissatisfaction with politicians.

"I've become aware of much corruption involving our two countries," he
said. "The only way to fix corruption is in the political forum."

The journey that eventually led Amos to politics began in Sussex in
1987. He woke up one morning disillusioned with life and decided he
needed to change his life.

"I lost my faith in mankind," he said. "People go through that
sometimes in midlife."

So Amos, who'd lived in Sussex since 1973, closed his Four Corners
motorcycle shop, paid his bills and hit the road with Annie, his 1952
Panhead motorcycle.

"Annie and I rode around for awhile (three years, to be exact)
experiencing the milk of human kindness," he said. "This is how you
renew your faith in mankind – you help anyone you can, you never ask
for anything, but you take what they offer."

For those three years, they offered food, a place to sleep, odd jobs
and conversation all over North America.

Since he and Annie stopped wandering, he has married, fathered a son
and a daughter and become a house-husband – Mr. Mom, as he calls

He also describes himself in far more colourful terms—a motorcyclist
rather than a biker, a "fun-loving, free-thinking, pig-headed
individual," a "pissed-off Maritimer" rather than an activist, a proud
Canadian and a "wild colonial boy."

Ironically, the man who is running for office has never voted in his life.

"But I have no right to criticize unless I offer my name," he said.
"It's alright to bitch in the kitchen, but can you walk the walk?"

Amos has no intention of actively campaigning.

"I didn't appreciate it when they (politicians) pounded on my door
interrupting my dinner," he said. "If people are interested, they can
call me. I'm not going to drive my opinions down their throats."

And he has no campaign budget, nor does he want one.

"I won't take any donations," he said. "Just try to give me some. It's
not about money. It goes against what I'm fighting about."

What he's fighting for is the discussion of issues – tainted blood,
the exploitation of the Maritimes' gas and oil reserves and NAFTA, to
name a few.

"The political issues in the Maritimes involve the three Fs – fishing,
farming and forestry, but they forget foreign issues," he said. "I'm
death on NAFTA, the back room deals and free trade. I say chuck it
(NAFTA) out the window.

NAFTA is the North American Free Trade Agreement which allows an
easier flow of goods between Canada, the United States and Mexico.

Amos disagrees with the idea that a vote for him is a wasted vote.

"There are no wasted votes," he said. "I want people like me,
especially young people, to pay attention and exercise their right.
Don't necessarily vote for me, but vote."

Although…if you're going to vote anyway, Amos would be happy to have
your X by his name.

"I want people to go into that voting booth, see my name, laugh and
say, 'what the hell.'"

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Amos" <>
To: <>; <>
Cc: "David Amos" <>
Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 12:06 AM
Subject: Good Evening I was just talking to you fellas

Tom Pictou
10526 Highway #3
Yarmouth, NS
B5A 4A8
(902)742-0257 (office)
(902)881-2503 (home)
(902)740-4481 (cell)

"Please direct all questions and interviews that pertain to these
activities to Mr. Quentin Condo, Councilor (418-392-1473) or Ms.
Catherine Johnson, spokesperson (418-391-2539). These are the
official designated contact people for the Micmacs of Gesgapegiag

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 21:21:35 -0300
Subject: Perhaps the folks in BC who are concerned about Enbridge will
listen to me now EH Brucy Northrup?
To: "" <>, "bruce.northrup"
<>, premier <>
Cc: David Amos <>,,, premier

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Angela Giles <>
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 06:17:58 +0000
Subject: Automatic reply: Oh Dear Alward and cohorts should be nervous
now that the Indians, Greg Renouf, John Bennett, Michel DesNeiges and
Maude Barlow have "Issues" with your buddy N'esy Pas Chucky Leblanc?
To: David Amos <>

Thanks for being in touch. I'm taking a bit of vacation (from Tues 18
June - Tues 02 July) so will not be available.

Ali Vervaeke, Atlantic organizing assistant, is around on Monday,
Wednesday and Thursdays so feel free to contact her: or by phone at (902) 422.7811 (toll-free
1877.772.7811 )

Please be in touch with our national office if your request is urgent:

You could also consult our website for more information about our

In solidarity,

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 03:15:55 -0300
Subject: Oh Dear Alward and cohorts should be nervous now that the
Indians, Greg Renouf, John Bennett, Michel DesNeiges and Maude Barlow
have "Issues" with your buddy N'esy Pas Chucky Leblanc?
To:,, grenouf
<>,, agiles
<>,,,,,,,, toewsv1 <>, Clemet1
<>, pm <>, "bob.paulson"
<>, "justin.trudeau.a1"
<>, MulcaT <>,, briangallant10
Cc: David Amos <>, premier
<>, "Robert.Trevors" <>,
"terry.seguin" <>, "steve.graham"

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Yo Mr Harper What part of this email did the many Green
Meanies fail to understand last year?
To: "pm" <>, "davidc.coon" <>,, "campaign" <>,
"Nycole.Turmel" <>, "bob.rae"
<>, "briangallant10"
<>, ""
<>, "gregory.graham"
<>, "ross" <>,
"ross.mcmillan" <>,, "maritime_malaise" <>,,, "counsel"
<>, "newt" <>, "info"
Cc:, "" <>,
"premier.ministre" <>,
"OfficeofthePremier, Office PREM:EX" <>, "premier"
Date: Friday, January 27, 2012, 8:46 AM

You and lawyers such as Joey Oliver, Gary Lunn and Dizzy Lizzy May are
well aware of why I have "Issues" with the Greasy Gassy Oily Guys, the
National Energy Board and all the Green Meanies EH?

From: David Amos <>
Subject: The greedy people on the Fake Left say nasty things about mean
old me as well EH Stevey Boy Harper?
"pm" <>, "IgnatM" <>, "danfour"
<>, ""
<>, "charlieparkermla"
<>, "ducepg" <>,
"LaytoJ" <>,
Cc: "pm" <>,
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:54 PM

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 15:26:17 -0300
Subject: I just called

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Lisa Gue <>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 15:37:02 -0400
Subject: RE: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me
back Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
To: David Amos <>
Cc: Jean-Patrick Toussaint <>, Sutton Eaves
<>, Ian Bruce <>

Mr. Amos,

When you called my cell phone earlier, as I was on my way into a
meeting, you offered to send me an e-mail outline the information you
are looking for from the David Suzuki Foundation. Is this it??

Lisa Gue

From: Sutton Eaves <>
Subject: Out of Office AutoReply: The greedy pople on the Fake Left
say nasty things about mean old me as well EH Stevey Boy Harper?
To: "David Amos" <>
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:55 PM

Thanks for your message. I am out of the office until Tuesday, April 19.

If this is a media request, please contact Ian Hanington at, or Leanne Clare at

Otherwise, I'll return your message when I return.

Have a great day!

From: David Amos <>
Subject: The greedy pople on the Fake Left say nasty things about mean
old me as well EH Stevey Boy Harper?
"pm" <>, "IgnatM" <>, "danfour"
<>, ""
<>, "charlieparkermla"
<>, "ducepg" <>,
"LaytoJ" <>,
Cc: "pm" <>,
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:54 PM

From: John Bennett <>
Subject: Re: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me
back Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
To: "Paula Boutis" <>,
"" <>, "Wayne
Gallant" <>, ""
<>, "Gretchen Fitzgerald" <>,
"maritime_malaise" <>
Cc: "" <>
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:26 PM

He is known to Gretchen as not quiet rational.

John Bennett Executive Director Sierra Club Canada 613 291 6888

-----Original Message-----
From: "Paula Boutis" <>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 10:18:46
To:<>; Wayne
Subject: RE: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me back
Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?

I am not responding to Dave Amos' emails, but I believe I have heard
he has some "issues". I have no sense of what his involvement is with
the organization or why he is threatening law suits (my receptionist
just intercepted a call and he told her he didn't want to leave a
message and to just tell her that he would "see me in court").

Does anyone have any idea what to do about this guy? Should we just
ignore him?


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2011 16:01:31 -0300
Subject: i just called some of you again. Instead of calling me back
Suzuki's people just surf the net and play dumb Correct?
pm <>, IgnatM <>
Cc: maritime_malaise <>,
"" <>, danfour
<>, ""
<>, charlieparkermla
<>, ducepg <>,
LaytoJ <>,

Jean-Patrick Toussaint
Spokesperson (english), St-Lawrence Coalition
(David Suzuki Foundation)

Did that lots of people have an opinion of bugets not just David
Suzuki and the greasy gassy oily guys such as Emera, Corridor
Resources and irving Oil

Just Dave
By Location Visit Detail
Visit 13,581
Domain Name ? (Canada)
IP Address 69.70.160.# (Videotron Ltee)
ISP Videotron Ltee
Location Continent : North America
Country : Canada (Facts)
State/Region : Quebec
City : Boucherville
Lat/Long : 45.6, -73.45 (Map)
Language English (U.S.) en-us
Operating System Microsoft WinXP
Browser Firefox
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:
Gecko/20100722 Firefox/3.6.8 ( .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET4.0C)
Javascript version 1.5
Monitor Resolution : 1680 x 1050
Color Depth : 24 bits
Time of Visit Apr 6 2011 2:01:04 pm
Last Page View Apr 6 2011 2:01:04 pm
Visit Length 0 seconds
Page Views 1
Referring URL
Search Engine
Search Words david amos corridor resources
Visit Entry Page
Visit Exit Page
Out Click
Time Zone UTC-5:00
Visitor's Time Apr 6 2011 1:01:04 pm
Visit Number 13,581

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 16:04:12 -0300
Subject: FYI here is a litte Deju Vu from Saint John Harbour for Dr Ed
to review EH Shawny Baby?
To: john <>,
"" <>, "Ed. Doherty"
<>,, Aaron Kennedy
<>,,,,,,,,, "Charles
L. Debly" <>,,,,,, "Dorothy C. Dawson" <>,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Cc: "kelly. lamrock" <>, "shawn. graham"
<>, "" <>,
danfour <>, robin reid <>,
"tomp. young" <>, tony

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Amos <>
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 12:59:59 -0300
Subject: I called you all and tried to explain how I can help with
your concerns I repeat just say my name
To:,, tracy
Cc: nmiller <>, ""

If nothing else listen to this and get pissed off lIke mean old me. At
least that emotion is honest.

Veritas Vincit
David Raymond Amos

For Immediate Release - October 4, 2010
PICTOU, NS – Today's decision by the Canada Newfoundland and Labrador
Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB) to allow seismic blasting in the
Gulf of St. Lawrence was met with shock and concern by a coalition
calling for a moratorium on oil and gas development in the Gulf of St.
Lawrence. The coalition - made of aboriginal, fishing, and
environmental organizations - is calling on municipal, provincial,
federal, and aboriginal leaders to act swiftly to halt the testing.

"With this decision, the CNLOPB has approved an activity that could
damage this entire precious ecosystem," according to Mary Gorman of
the Save Our Seas and Shores, "We want this decision reversed
immediately, and action taken to allow jurisdictions bordering on the
Gulf to have a say in its future."

"Seismic testing could start in the next 48 hours, potentially
damaging marine mammals like blue whales, and disrupting fish and
fisheries. This approval has given oil and gas as a toehold in the
Gulf that could lead to full scale drilling," according to Danielle
Giroux of the. "Fishermen I work for need more say over protecting the
Gulf. We want the CNLOPB's decision reversed immediately."

"An oil spill in the Gulf of St. Lawrence would impact fish stocks and
coastal communities in Quebec, PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and
Newfoundland. Moreover, the national importance of this ecosystem must
be upheld." says Gretchen Fitzgerald, of the Sierra Club Canada. "
Federal laws to protect endangered species and fish habitat recognize
the importance of protecting our shared biodiversity and resources.
This decision is not reflecting this shared responsibility or concerns
expressed by groups around the Gulf."


For more information, please contact:

Mary Gorman, Save our Seas and Shores, 902-926-2128/

Danielle Giroux (Francais), Attention Fragile (Magdalen Islands)

Gretchen Fitzgerald, Director, Sierra Club Atlantic, 902-444-3113/

Mark Butler, Policy Director, Ecology Action Centre,

From: David Amos <>
Subject: Say Hoka Hey to the very sneaky lawyer Dizzy Lizzy May for me will
To:, "Wayne.Gallant"
Received: Tuesday, April 12, 2011, 2:28 PM

Bennett was assisting Cape Bretoners opposing a coal-fired power plant
at Point Aconi in Nova Scotia when he first caught the attention
Elizabeth May, then Sierra Club Canada's executive-director. May liked
his approach – among other things, he'd brought his wife and two
daughters to a potluck supper meeting and assured the group he was
there to hear from them, not issue orders. Several years – and, after
an interview on a train ride from Toronto to Ottawa -- later, she
hired him as the Club's director of atmosphere and energy.

He managed environmental education campaigns; was the Club's main
spokesperson on air, energy, automotive and climate change issues;
prepared fundraising proposals; and wrote position papers and research

During this period, Bennett also headed the Climate Action Network, an
association of up to 100 environmental, health, labour and faith
organizations from 10 provinces and two territories. There, he was
also the chief spokesperson, wrote releases and papers, and acted as
liaison with government officials, ministers, MPs, their staffs and
industry leaders. He did similar work with a successor organization,

It was then that he was involved in preparing reporters for the
federal Conservative government's climate plan. "I figured we had to
talk to the media. We had to meet the government head-on, and say what
they were doing was going backward. We were very effective."

The work "succeeded to the extent that when Stéphane Dion became
Liberal leader, the party thought the climate and environment were
where they should campaign. They were right; they just did it very

A spirit of collaboration

Most recently, Bennett was communications director for the Green Party
of Canada, including the 2008 campaign in which the Greens, led by
May, won nearly a million votes and was the only party to increase its

"It's a well-rounded background, ranging from activist events to
negotiating in the halls of power," Bennett says. "My knowledge covers
the spectrum of issues across the country."

Bennett's experience has demonstrated the importance of collaborating
with other groups and including as many people as possible, and their
ideas, in whatever work must be done. That was especially obvious in
the creation of the Green Budget Coalition, which analyzed federal
budgets in terms of their impact on environmental concerns.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please Leave Comments here