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Charles McVety and G-20.ca

Taxpayers are forking out 1 billion dollars to contain poltiicans during the G-8 and G-20 summits and The Conservative Party of Canada get’s cyber-squatted by Canada’s religious right.

Whois:

Domain name: g20.ca
Domain status: EXIST
Domain number: 2550364
Approval date: 2008/11/10
Renewal date: 2010/11/10
Updated date: 2009/11/13

charles-mcvety-g-20

via: Rick Mercer

Update: The Galloping Beaver points out something I missed.

Now tell me. How is it that Charles McVety knew to lock down the G20.ca URL when the rest of us didn’t get the official word that Harper was planning a gazillion dollar photo-op in Canada before December 2009?

Hmmm???

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Discussion

2 comments for “Charles McVety and G-20.ca”

  1. Is this meeting within the secure perimeter of the G20? If so, this is not a political meeting and must be held outside the perimeter.

    Posted by Big Winnie | June 4, 2010, 11:16 am
  2. Someone from the GTA is going to have to answer that one.

    Karl Rove is a private citizen now, so I suppose McVety’s meeting would be classified as religious.

    The government website map of the secure zone:

    http://www.g8-g20isu.ca/g20/news-nouvelles/10-05-28c-eng.htm

    Posted by BD | June 4, 2010, 11:41 am

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