October 27, 2017 5:00 am
Updated: October 27, 2017 12:55 pm

Bob Layton Editorial: Tell me

Bob Layton looks back at your responses.

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It’s Friday – let’s see what’s on your mind.

About the multi-million dollar bike lane being forced on High Street, Gary wants to know how they’re going to clear the snow between the sidewalk and the bike lane divider and if the city will have to buy specialized plows.

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About getting a flu shot, Jennifer gets one to protect herself, her family, her co-workers and those who choose not to get a shot.

Vicki says the shot does not always stop you from getting the flu, but it does stop you from dying from the flu.

READ MORE: Flu shots available in Alberta starting Oct. 23; AHS not offering nasal spray

About the face covering law in Quebec, Dale says it should be Canada-wide.

Brian wants someone to show him in the Qur’an where it says they have to cover their faces.

READ MORE: Trudeau criticizes confusion surrounding Quebec’s face-coverings ban

About the sex education the NDP wants taught, Charmaine says she would pull her children out of school, first.

But, Robin says if the Catholic Board accepts provincial funding, they must follow the provincial curriculum.

George is Catholic, and he can’t believe how teaching morals of any kind is wrong.

READ MORE: If Catholic school sex-ed plan is as advertised, it won’t be taught: Notley

Let me know what you think about that, and have a great weekend.

Go Esks and Oilers!

Bob Layton is the news manager of the Corus Edmonton group of radio stations and a commentator for Global News.

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