Jun 051985
 

1985-06-xx.ntfpan-thumbContents:
Victory!; Thanks!; More-Tax for Pan-Am committee launching own door-to-door campaign; Indianapolis taxpayers association defeates taxes for 1987 Pan-Am games; No-Tax for Pan-Am Committee receives over 1,000 cards and letters of support; Our Pan-Am phone survey finds 70% opposed to tax financing for games; We were right!; More-tax for Games lobby opens booth in City Centre Mall; Controller Ron Annis suggests way for Bid Committee to deal with “ignorant, misinformed” opposition; The disease is spreading; Names and contact information of local politicians who voted in favour of Pan-Am 1991 tax funding; We finally make a convert!; The Mayor responds to one of our supporters…and we respond to him; Pan-Am Games could be held in London southwestern Ontario without building expensive white elephants; Some interesting facts on the 1988 Calgary Olympics; Effects of the Pan-Am Games; Expo disaster after Expo disaster.

Document Details:

Document: No-tax for Pan-Am Games Newsletter (Issue #5) – Victory Edition
Document Dated: March-June 1985
Publisher: Freedom Party of Ontario (No-tax for Pan-am Committee)
Written by: Marc Emery
Edited by: Robert Metz
Document Type: Party Newsletter
Number of Pages: 16
Page dimensions: 8.5″ x 11″
Color/BW: Full colour

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Feb 011985
 

1985-02-xx.ntfpan-thumbContents:
No-tax for Pan-Am brochure revised and updated; Still time to keep taxes out of Pan-Am 1991; Free Press propaganda machine works overtime to promote Pan-Am Games bid; Can Londoners still prevent being taxed for Pan-Am 1991?; More biased Free Press reporting; How can you help?; Seniors association officially opposes tax use for games; What can we expect from the more tax for Pan-Am Bid Committee in the future?; Is Marc Emery politically motivated or seeking political gain through his stand on taxes for Pan Am?; Are there really enough corporations in Southern Ontario to sponsor the Pan-Am Games without taxes?; Referendum on games?; Send your no-tax cards to your members of federal & provincial governments; Who on City Council is most likely to change their mind?; Letter to the editor: Opponents fo Games not ‘public enemy’; We need your help.

Document Details:

Document: No-tax for Pan-Am Games Newsletter (Issue #4)
Document Dated: February 1985
Publisher: Freedom Party of Ontario (No-tax for Pan-am Committee)
Written by: Marc Emery
Edited by: Robert Metz
Document Type: Party Newsletter
Number of Pages: 10
Page dimensions: 8.5″ x 11″
Color/BW: Full colour

.pdf (7.5 MB) – Internet Quick Download (Searchable): http://www.freedomparty.on.ca/archive/documents/between-elections-campaigns/no-tax-for-pan-am-games/no-tax-for-pan-am-games-newsletter/1985-02-xx.ntfpag.no-4.internet-quick-download.pdf

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Jan 011985
 

1985-01-xx.ntfpan-thumbContents:
No-tax for Pan-Am supporters pack City Hall!; Special thanks; What are we trying to accomplish; Big money in product endorsements by Canadian Olympic medallists; More Olympic pools swimming in debt; Our mistake; Pan-Am Games could be held in London-southwestern Ontario without building expensive white elephants; Promises promises; Expo ’86 – another fine mess they’ve gotten us into; Letter to the editor. Continue reading »

Dec 011984
 

1984-12-xx.ntfpan-thumbContents:
Big Pan-Am vote coming up Monday, December 3 at City Hall be there; Over 500 responses received by Nov. 22; Horton Street cost jumps by $1 million; St. Thomas Olympic size pool goes unused & unpaid for; St. Thomas to use grant as study plan for closed ‘Y’; New Orleans Expo ’84 goes bankrupt nothing left after $400 million sunk into project; B.C. Expo ’86 costs rise from $150 million in 1980 to $800 million today; World’s fair files for bankruptcy; Equador backs out of 1987 Pan-Am Games, can’t afford it; Winnipeg 1967 Pan-Am games ran $6 million in the red ($20 million in 1984 money); Montreal Olympic debt now exceeds $1 billion; We get some yes to games responses too; London Magazine features Gord Hume & Pan-Am Games bid; Some interesting letters and comments from our supporters; Is London ‘desperate’ for a ‘shot in the arm’?; We need your help; The future of our campaign. Continue reading »