By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on January 3, 2019.
Well it sure didn’t take long for our city council to approve a nice fat raise for themselves. I wish I could do that.
So there is another lawsuit all ready to be filed if any headway is made on getting a pipeline built. This is coming from another extremist radical environmental group. We need our federal government to quit babbling hogwash and get something done.
If you buy a board game it can be expensive. Why not invest in food and clothing instead?
To the dairy and ag producers, your prices are a bit too high. A reminder that you’re not selling gold.
Why would you want to build the Trans Mountain pipeline when China doesn’t get along with us?
From now on, I’m an Albertan first and a Canadian second. No one in Central Canada or B.C. gives a hoot about anything to do with Alberta. They don’t even know we exist and they just don’t care.
If the city is going to keep raising my property taxes, they’d better start cutting some fat out of social programs and special needs bologna.
That the feds are going to give Alberta $1.6 billion so all the oil big shots can buy themselves new $80,000 pickups.
We’d like to thank the young couple who paid for our lunch. Merry Christmas to you.
Despite the negative economic climate, Premier Rachel Notley has been able to do more for Alberta since her term began than the Tories did in the last 30 years.
It’s awfully close to the time that Alberta should get out of Dodge and say screw you to Ottawa. We have had enough.
Funny how these environmentalists tell us what to do but don’t follow it themselves.
That drivers on South Boundary Road don’t lower their high beams at night. You are blinding approaching drivers. Plus it’s illegal.
I believe the city council should take a money management course. Sick of hearing them blame other levels of government for their own mismanagement.
The people have spoken but guess what? Six members of council don’t care. A note to anyone who lives in Medicine Hat. Don’t bother wasting any of your time going to “a public meeting” to address concerns.
Thank you to Dr. Ken Sauer school kids for the nice cards they gave us.
Tired of hearing about the opioid and vaping epidemics. Our lives are determined by.the choices we make along the way. Bad choices almost always result in bad consequences.
Would some entity — federal, provincial, local or CP Rail fix that awful rail crossing in Brier Park near CanCarb?
That people think online shopping is great. When was the last time Amazon or Wayfair supported your children’s local hockey team, local charity or paid municipal taxes? Please support local business.
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