November 25th, 2020

Ticked Off and Tickled Pink, Nov. 3

By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on November 3, 2020.

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When they finally finish blocking off Kipling Street.

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Do what I do…start hoarding plastic straws and utensils now so when they become extinct, you still have a huge supply and don’t have to deal with those paper straws that turn to mush.

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With the UPC government cutting so many jobs, who is left to pay into the tax system? Not unemployed oil workers, nor minimum wage earners with minimum hours, or women who can’t work due to lack of COVID child care. Who’s left? PC is just adding more mental health stress to our province.

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Thank the good lord the NDP got the boot or Alberta’s debt would be a trillion dollars with their hiring of people with nothing to do just to show the unwashed masses that they are creating employment.

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Even a dummy like me knows that laying off thousands of people is no way to boost the economy. People without jobs cannot afford to eat out or shop. The way to do it is to keep as many working as possible.

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That community rinks are on the chopping block. Perhaps the city, to save money and cut costs, look within itself and its grossly overstaffed employees.

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Why is our mayor spouting off, “… in a city this size people will drive to facilities”? Closing down neighbourhood rec centres, swimming pools, skating rinks strikes an end to feelings of community. Young children cannot DRIVE to a skating rink or swimming pool! A council listening to a large developer is wrong. We know they do not give a hoot about communities; all they and this council care about is money. Community development is so necessary for our young people….today and in the future. Look at what the Hill residents have done in Central Park to enhance community.

Mayor and council need to step back and think of the children, not just the almighty dollar!

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