Wednesday’s letters: Silent cyclists a hazard to others

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James Lavoie, Edmonton

Can’t wear a mask? Try a shield

I am troubled by the unofficial manner these exception cards seem to have been issued. There is an alternative to the mask —clear face shields sold at London Drugs for $9.99 and worn by some of their staff.

A person so vulnerable (breathing issues?) should not be out and about in public places for their own protection. Stay home please. Every business has the right to refuse entry to a non-wearer and I will shop only where that is enforced. I would like those business to post a sign saying “no exceptions” to assure me all is well.

I sense that those objecting to wearing a mask might be those who also oppose injections et cetera — in general, those opposed to rules and regulations made for the safety and protection of all of us in our community.

Connie Kenney, Edmonton

Kenney ignores looming perils

Captain Edward Smith was napping in the chart room when the Titanic hit an iceberg; Premier Jason Kenney seems to be equally oblivious of the perils ahead. At a time when major banks are withdrawing their investment in the oil patch due to climate change concerns, Kenney wants to reduce environmental regulations, discredit green lobbyists, and seek reinvestment in coal mining.

And now, when parents throughout the province are expressing grave concerns about the prospects of their children returning to school next month, his education minister seems to believe that the already over-subscribed school system will respond to pandemic concerns without needing any additional teachers.


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