To The Honourable Stephen Harper who cannot hope to have a majority government without winning significantly in Quebec. 

Please do Note I already got useless crappy letters like this below over  20 years ago, and many Canadians had elected the Conservatives because they were supposed to form a better government, now we get more  proof we have been lied to once again instead. This is the second useless thrash form letter I got from a federal cabinet minister now this week too.The other useless from letter I got was from the Honourable Josée Verner, Minister of International Cooperation and Minister for La Francophonie and Official Languages   All, all Unaccetpable still

The  responses  were  still also clearly a trash form letter, a very useless repliesy that did not deal with any of my real specific comments, concerns detailed to you.. very unimpressive. Get real.

Deals also with  Pretentious Federal Human Resources Minister Diane Finley, who wrongfully also does still not acknowledge my letters to her..  

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 12:40 PM
Subject: Response to your message
>      August 28, 2006
         The Honourable Josée Verner, Minister of International  Cooperation and Minister for La Francophonie and Official Languages,   appreciated receiving your message of August 13, 2006, regarding Canada's level of aid to developing countries. She requested that I   respond to you on this matter.
            Consistent with Canadians’ compassion for the less fortunate,  the government will advance Canadian values and interests on the international stage by providing much-needed assistance to the world’s poor, as part of our commitment to meet the Millennium  Development Goals. Budget 2006 reaffirms the government’s commitment  to double international assistance from 2001–2002 levels by 2010–2011. In line with this commitment, Canada’s international  assistance will grow to about $3.8 billion in 2006–2007 and then  to approximately $4.1 billion in 2007–2008. We are also committed to exploring how to move Canada towards the average ODA/GNI ratio, as set out by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
             The government remains committed to continuing to increase, within aprudent fiscal framework, its international assistance over the short and long term. More broadly, this government is committed to supporting Canada's core values of freedom, democracy, the rule of law and human rights around the world. Canada is providing families and communities with the means to lift themselves out of poverty and build a better life.
 I thank you for your interest in international development and  welcome your continued support.
Yours sincerely,  Stephen Wallace Vice-President  Policy Branch

>"From: Minister of Public Safety and emergency Preparedness
Ministre de Ia security publiqueet de Ia Protection civile
Aug 28 2006
Ottawa, Canada

Thank you for your correspondence of June 10, 2006, in which you raise various concerns related to national security.
Security is a critical component of the long-term well being of Canadians. Let me assure you that the Government's commitment to include all Canadians in building this country extends to working with individuals and communities to address terrorism, organized crime and other public safety and national security coach's.
The emergence of "home-grown'' terrorists is an area of increasing concern and the prevention of radicalization leading to violence is a key element of the global fight against terrorism. Security and intelligence agencies, law enforcement, other government departments, and communities and families are working together through numerous outreach initiatives to develop an improved understanding of  issues such as hate crimes and extremism, so that we may work pore effectively to prevent terrorism and promote social cohesion.
In addition, the Canada Border Services Agency, the Canada Security Intelligence Service and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have policies and programs in place to ensure their activities are carried out in a way that is sensitive to the diversity of Canada's communities. Given the importance of multiculturalism in  Canada and reaching out to Canadian communities, training, recruitment and outreach activities involving these agencies are constantly being refined and enhanced.
Other initiatives include Canada's Anti Terrorism Act which created measures to take enforcement action against those responsible for terrorist activities and ensures that Canadian values of respect and fairness are preserved. These measures include stronger laws against hate crimes and propaganda that enable courts to regulate hate propaganda oh the Internet, and amendments to the Criminal Code and the Canada Human Rights Act."