By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on December 28, 2017.
We would most certainly welcome library services in the south area of the city. We would particularly rent more movies. To drive downtown to the library and back takes 45 minutes and there is very little parking in the library area.
At the parks department for not taking down the dead standing trees along the roadways on the north side of the city. The city could get sued if they fell and killed somebody.
Trudeau is so childish he thinks he can tell China how to run its country on human rights and LGBQT. Dream on, little boy, and go back to your sandbox.
Lethbridge recently announced massive private investments in potato and marijuana operations. City of Medicine Hat recently announced nothing. Why didn’t we fight to get those job-creating plants?
To the person comparing the Tigers fan support to Moose Jaw’s: It’s obvious because the new Moose Jaw arena was built in the heart of the city while the Canalta Centre was out where people don’t feel like making the trek. The same applies to the WHL team in Saskatoon and the NHL in Ottawa, where the complaints are the same.
If your Christmas parcels were stuck at customs at the border and were late: Why don’t you shop locally?
With the city workers for putting up all the beautiful Christmas decorations around our city.
With Kal Tire for allowing hockey fans to park in its parking lot.
At hand-held snowblowers. It’s annoying at 8 o’clock in the morning.
With the writer who had unkind words for the Ticked Off column. Simply don’t read it.
Glad to see Paul McLennan is back with his comedy column. He’s so silly.
This PM uses his people to do the work. He is not a control freak as was the last PM.
To hear that Stockwell Day figures Trudeau is doing right with Trump. As is Notley with the B.C. NDP. Going in and bullying your way does not do anyone good. Fine example: Ask any PC premier.
I want AHS to dismiss the employee who used another person’s identity to get medication.
Medicine Hat used to get awards for being a beautiful clean city with some of the nicest green spaces in western Canada. But now we’d be lucky to get an award in a third-world country.
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