By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on January 30, 2018.
By the gentleman who shared his Subway coupons on a recent Wednesday afternoon, I really appreciated it. Thank you.
To the person that complained about Christmas Tennis Tournament: Grow up. It was a wonderful event to remember a wonderful man.
To see that the local paper has gone to using plastic bags in its door-to-door delivery. In this day and age of cities and jurisdictions eliminating the use of plastic bags, it seems a counterproductive move.
If stats would say in the deaths if the patient had a flu shot or not.
That Fox News has more concern than the rest of the media about Trudeau trashing freedom of religion with his anti-christian summer job rules. Can you imagine him doing that to Muslims?
I think employees need their 15-20 minute break. They shouldn’t have to tell you they need a bathroom break. It also makes for happier employees.
At having my newspaper thrown at my house in a plastic bag. Why give a Christmas tip for that? Are we not supposed to reduce plastic bag use? This is not being environmentally responsible.
Many thanks are due to the many grocers and supermarkets for the variety and quality of fresh fruit and veggies that they are offering, except for a those Chilean peaches. We can wait for B.C. peaches in season.
Jan. 21 was a fantastic day of ice fishing. We brought home seven trout after a wonderful day of warm weather and sunshine. We are lucky to have so many places to fish around here.
“So sorry, but I am not sorry” is the best column ever and the truth. It should be mailed to every politician in Canada.
I am tired of those ignorant arrogant idiots who think every street and parking lot is their private cigarette ash tray.
Paul McLennan, your opinion doesn’t offend me, it worries me. There is help out there you know.
At a new school trustee who has years of experience in the school system and instead of being a “yes man” is challenging the board and making the members be accountable!
At the people who think sending Trudeau to China was sending a boy to do a man’s job. Well I am glad we sent someone with some intelligence, and not people like you.
I can only hope the city has a buyer set up for all of this recycling waste, otherwise it will get hauled to the local landfill. The market for recycled waste has disappeared!
Still thinking of the kind lady at the grocery store who bought me cookies. You are so sweet. I was having a really bad day and you really brightened it up. Bless you. I wish you a happy and healthy year.
It’s sad to see so many establishments and schools closing.
The parkade downtown is disgusting with pigeon crap. Clean it up or close it down.
The streets downtown are fine, but many store owners don’t shovel snow off the sidewalks.
With the crew in the Parks Department for keeping all the city trails clear of snow and ice for the safety of all users.
That the Canadian government continues to support the opposite of pro-life for babies.
Read that story in the paper about moving the hospital laundry to Lethbridge and thought it’s only January, way too early for an April Fool’s joke.
That one of your columnists was honest enough to tell the truth about residential schools. They weren’t all bad. No one should be penalized for telling the truth.
How can anyone support the new party when its great leader has already told us he will reduce taxes for the rich and take it from the poor? He will also cut services and make serious layoffs. This sounds like King Klein talking.
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