It’s Friday – let’s see what’s on your mind.
About the future of Derek Fildebrandt, Pat says he should be kept on a short leash.
About his quick reinstatement, Ian would prefer to hear from Wildrose again when they have an actual plan of their own.
Wes says Fildebrant should have been given a medal, not suspended.
About the government’s position on tobacco, John says they love taxes and beating up on tobacco is easier than outlawing it entirely.
Matt wants to know why pipeline builders are not taking a closer look at a route from Fort McMurray to the port of Churchill.
About returning Fort McMurray, GFF says the people must appreciate all the information they’re getting about what to bring with them, but she drives a small car and would already have two adults, two children and a dog, leaving little room for food and water. She admires the returnees who can make it work.
And about those who called asking why we can feed and house refugees and evacuees when Edmonton’s homeless are still on the streets, Ian doubts these people volunteer for anything.
Let me know what you think about that and have a great weekend!