Comments from CBC story, discussing the U-Pass at the University of Regina:
forcing someone to pay for a bus pass they will not use is ludicrous. she would force everyone to pay for a parking spot that only some will use…
blue cheese responds:
getting taxed for schools when we have no children,
paying more on our power bills to provide cenovus with liquid co2
getting taxed for city recycling whether we want to or not
paying for the football stadium whether we use it or not
paying for healthcare whether sick or not
in canada we look out for everyone, if you don’t like canada, vote for a conservative. you will pay for all your services out of your own pocket and still pay taxes.
Had to pick the tomatoes, frost is coming tonight to Regina. Got a single, awesome butter-nut squash, and some baby squashes.
Watched a TED talk about addiction, and then heard the same concepts being discussed in this Regina news story about a man who committed suicide last week.
There will be no questions. Well, almost none, as per usual.
L. Lea @YukonGale :
“@althiaraj Basically he’s saying he won’t appoint any more senators but he can’t make that binding upon the next government, right?”
Not without a Constitutional amendment.
15 minutes later:
I never noticed Pelicans on Wascana Lake before about 3 years ago. Before that, they were common on the South Saskatchewan River through Saskatoon.
Here’s an advance preview, if a similar “musical ride” comes to Regina?
These videos are from the second day of the Shared Knowledge Conference at the Core Ritchie Centre, the second weekend of June.
Jim Elliott with many interesting (and terrifying) facts about Regina’s watershed system.
James and Brooke of Sound Solar Systems:
Next, I presented on Bitcoin and alternate currencies being used to build alternate economies apart from the monetary systems provided by governments.
Dan B. of Tradebank Regina
Lindsay H. wraps up with what’s in store for next time.