Letters

Qualified staff needed during power outages

On December 12th and 13th almost half the residents of the Glenmerry townhouses endured a 13-hour-long cold, dark night.

While we commend the folks who worked the long hours to make the necessary repairs, we cannot help but wonder if this could not have been much more easily handled if the regular crew had been at work, as they should have been.

Let us be reminded that businesses function at their best when all parties work together in harmony.

Come on Fortis, time to get back to meaningful, respectful negotiations with your qualified employees.

Harry Popoff

Trail

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