"Sean Conway" is a former provincial politician in Ontario, Canada and a university professor. He served for 28 years as a Liberal Party of Ontario/Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, from 1975 to 2003, and was a high-profile cabinet minister in the government of David Peterson. After positions as a Fellow in the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, a special assistant to the Principal of Queen's University, Daniel Woolf, and the Acting Vice-Principal (Advancement) at Queen's, Conway is currently an instructor at St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto and a Distinguished Research Fellow in the Centre for Urban Energy at Ryerson University.

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It's generally easier going about your business as a provincial politician if the national leader is of different stripe.

He has said for a long time that it's a national security issue, our reliance on foreign oil. We haven't built a new refinery in this country in two decades. I think what's happening here is things are coming home to roost.

These women, out of fear of reprisal, contacted Senator Allard for help.

If there is not a more important national issue than Iraq, I don't know what it is.

They have indicated they are going about the appropriate due diligence, background checks, and I understand they have interviewed him. Senator Allard is pleased that they are looking at an individual on the original list and that the process seems to be moving forward.

The entire intent of this amendment and this agreement is to solve Betty Dick's problem, solve the Park Service's problem. In Sen. Allard's opinion, this is a win-win situation.

Sen. Allard testified in front of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee last year that a number of hurdles have to be cleared before he could support this legislation, including putting it to a statewide referendum. The issue is larger than just Pueblo County.

Senator Allard wants them to look at the Air Force Academy from leadership through process.

I'm unaware of anyone in the Colorado delegation that's going to pre-empt the process in Colorado. This is not just a Pueblo issue. This decision belongs to the people of Colorado.