"Well, I'm a little bit puzzled to tell the truth, because just two or three days ago I spoke to Derek Sifton and he was very pleased that the three representatives of Markham-Unionville - federal, provincial and municipal - were going to back him up and request financial support from the federal government," Mr. McCallum said yesterday.
Mr. McCallum said their message was going to be focused on the 300-plus jobs that would be lost if Buttonville went, as well as the importance of the airport to hospitals, York Regional Police and local citizens and businesses who use the airport.
"I guess I'll have to consult with my colleagues about what to say now," Mr. McCallum said.
And you want to be my
latex salesman finance minister. By the way Mr. McCallum, what type of car do you drive?
Chucker has a post up on McCallum's latest comments.