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REDUCE Marine Atlantic Ferry Cost For NL Residents

35 Signatures Goal: 100

Marine Atlantic was put into place as the gap between the TCH in NL and NS. As it stands now, residents of Newfoundland are TRAPPED in their own province due to the high cost to leave using the Marine Atlantic ferry service. We want the government of NL to step in and reduce the cost for the residents of this province to take the short journey to another province. The estimated cost for a party of 2, vehicle and an overnight cabin from the Argentia port will cost approx $1200.00 to return. Therefore, leaving the residents of this province trapped within the province and unable to pay for such travel. Please sign this petition to help reduce the cost of ferry service to and from our beautiful province. We should NOT be cut off from the rest of our Country because of high travel costs. Any private comments, letters or emails can be forwarded to marine.atlantic@hotmail.com. I ASK EVERYONE TO PLEASE FORWARD THIS LINK TO ALL YOUR CONTACTS TO ENSURE WE GET TO AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE. Thank You.

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Any privite comments or letters can be forwarded to marine.atlantic@hotmail.com. PLEASE FORWARD THIS LINK.

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Signatures

  • 7 years ago
    Chris Bursey Canada
    7 years ago
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    Corina Ralph Canada
    7 years ago
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    Mrlene Clarke Canada
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    Linda Woodland Canada
    7 years ago
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    Richard Cave Canada
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    Richard Maloney Canada
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    Richard Maloney Canada
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    nora delaney Canada
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    Pamela Davis Canada
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    steve Canada
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    Andrea Dooley Canada
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    Debbie Oliver Canada
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    Kaila Moore Canada
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    owen clarke Canada
    7 years ago
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    John Healey Canada
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