Dear Tammy and Chantal:
Elders and thus our leaders are required to facilitate greater leadership and future generational growth thus breaking us into the hardworking successful direction yet have failed and it is misleading our demographic group into thinking that the easy way out is always the answer. This is not an accurate representation of Canadians, British Columbian’s or any-one. Hard work, earnings and thus success have shaped shifted, built and formed out wonderful province of British Columbia. Through our former part time employee’s wage request is vindicating dissolution and the re-evaluation of our Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training Minister, as well as, the Minister responsible for Labours, her stature, and our our dictation(s).
Cerebral implications of the accuser also need greater vindications including and not limited to, a greater moral strength and fortitude given any accusation. Such, his ineptitude to properly complete the form, notify, contact us or simply mail us out a copy of a wage request. As an accuser or someone who enjoys and precedes strong governmental ties and relations we appreciate you taking the time to contact us and understand mediation is often the best approach for mitigation.
Rather than bring a large, strong and mature human being to action and build, grow and expand one of Canada’s and British Columbia’s most successful businesses we are being extorted . The accused is making false accusations seeking restitution despite taking nearly two months off last summer during our busiest time of year, borrowing a vehicle to travel 4000km up north, and over 600 lunches over 6 months he helped out while on payroll. Such an inept amount of time helping out, yet decent salary and hours available vindicates distress for the crown, including lack of moral cognition when he can barely compete a wage form let alone contact his employer he lives down the street from and spent the last 6 years with.
What we did do was give this human being a better chance at life including a strong, recession proof job that was well respected in the community, and in doing so, although it was cash starting out, felt he was capable at a wage, despite cash 5 years previous. In turn it was not meant to be. Furthermore, any position, is much better for the community of Whistler where many of us still see him picking up cans and beverage bottles, and where coincidentally we met almost 8 years ago when I asked if he needed some help. Recited we felt this individual could do better, and were wrong however we feel the community of Whistler and Sea to Sky British Columbia can do better.
Vindicated, our elders and our youth should constitute leadership and reform yet lack the conscience that breaks us down, constitute labour reform, and its growth; youth and young adult leadership; and, thus is stronger representation at the crown. It is, an understanding which makes us stronger. Although we agree to co-operate and agree that mediation is the best interim solution and fool proof process, proceeding this process cites a more thorough understanding and re-evaluation of the hard work that got us here and moreover we are happy to assist. Hard work, earnings and a successfulness is what has shaped shifted, built and formed out our wonderful province of British Columbia. Despite the less trivial, we appreciate everything at the crown, and we over extend ourselves outwards to dictate that often the greatest leadership is taking roads less traveled and that are often the most successful.
Dear Tammy and Chantal: