When I saw this June 1, 2012 title in the Library, I thought the BC Liberals were talking about drinkers and non-boozers alone, but Christy Clark is talking in general terms regarding BC Statistics. The word "toddler" shows up three times. Once in the title, twice on the first page.
"Teetotallers" only shows up once, in the title.
Is this how the BC Liberals see the Seniors in our Province.....Teetotallers?????!
Anyone over the age of 65, is a Teetotaller!
Rich Coleman is the Minister Responsible for Liquor in the Province of BC, perhaps he can explain how the BC Government's GCPE, aka PAB, made the title jump to include Toddlers and Teetotallers in one line, and then change the topic to be BC's Census statistics for 2011.
There's no records in the Coleman's "Fast Facts" booklet of FOUR pages length, with the last two pages being virtually BLANK, on the drinking habits of Toddlers, or Seniors being drunkards, or Teetotallers.
Definition of Teetotallers: Teetotalism refers to either the practice of or the promotion of complete abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is called a teetotaler (also spelled teetotaller; plural teetotalers or teetotallers) or is simply said to be teetotal. The teetotalism movement was first started in Preston, England in the early 19th century.
BC Government Publications
2011 Census Fast Facts
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