Stan: Oh well... You guys in the Prairies often get the bad weather first, then we in Ontario eventually get it...
Stan: You heard it here first, from an Ontario resident: long live Alberta! The practically minded people of the Albertan oil industry could certainly teach Ontarian city dwellers a thing or two!I lived in Vancouver for 16 years...that was depressing and the reason I moved back to Calgary. It does have the most sun but just not in the past week.
Stan: You heard it here first, from an Ontario resident: long live Alberta! The practically minded people of the Albertan oil industry could certainly teach Ontarian city dwellers a thing or two!
Oh okay; kind of interesting geography there. You on the Maryland side maybe, rather than the Virginia side...partly cloudy, 72 Farenheit here in Chesapeake.
My wife and I stayed in Dorval recently.Yes I am anglophone but fluent in French still. Pretty sure it would be against forum rules to communicate in French and I don't write it very well anyway.
Je parle Francais comme une vache d'espangnol!
Justin won't cut much ice among the oil industry folk in Alberta, either...Yes, when I first moved here in 1981 I actually lost clients when they found out I was from Montreal. The NEP was obviously to blame plus I was from PET's home city. Not really a problem today as far as I can tell, but I am retired and don't encounter it much. Alberta has ALWAYS been small c conservative and I don't think that will change anytime soon. Despite Harper's bad governance, they all love him here.
BTW, very sunny and +16 today in Calgary.