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People can’t follow the rules, packing churches and bars, not wearing masks, not getting their shots. Now we are in another lockdown. I hope you are happy.
Please, someone throw their hat in for this fall’s election, we have two fencesitters on council ... nonbelievers ... let’s wait and see attitudes. Science is proof of what is happening in the world! MHPS, please enfoce the regulations with fines as education is not working, it has been more than a year!
Ticked Off Why dont dentists post their fees online? Where is the transparency? parking at the vaccination site on the first day of vaccinating people with disabilities. Once again, it shows people this city’s attitude toward marginalized people.
Ticked Off Our city councillors should keep their personal opinions off the table. What kind of message have you sent to the city’s population, we are set back again!
That a number of churches broke the COVID rules and the provincial government slammed restrictions on restaurants and gyms. The churches got off Scot-free.
With the City of Medicine Hat blocking off the handicap
My compliments to Drew Barnes for sharing his considerable MLA salary with charities. All MLAs should be doing the same. Compliments also to Mr. Barnes for representing his constituents rather than sticking to the party line.
Ticked Off Already seeing restaurants and bars flaunting that they are going to ignore restrictions and put our community at risk. I guess I just know which businesses I will not be supporting anymore.
Ticked Off What are Medicine Hat MLAs thinking? They, like a certain mayor and alderman, are more concerned about buying peoples’ votes than protecting the lives of our citizens. Time for a change. Remember this at election time.
Calgary’s retiring mayor is an example of a well-run city. He advocates for his city, not his personal agenda.