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10 hours ago, FrostyWinnipeg said:

How soon before speculate as to reason.

A 27 year career with Peak and several other positions before a guy can’t just retire? 
 

The reason is he has accomplished what he feels he needs to and would like to relax and enjoy life a little. 

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I would imagine all summer events will be cancelled because there's just no way to know what will be allowed this summer, and you can't plan things on a week or even a month's notice. Next summer will be full normal, no question....

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25 minutes ago, Noeller said:

I would imagine all summer events will be cancelled because there's just no way to know what will be allowed this summer, and you can't plan things on a week or even a month's notice. Next summer will be full normal, no question....

well they already announced that Fringe Fest would go virtual this year

 

 

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Just now, FrostyWinnipeg said:

Folk Festival officials are encouraging fans to save the dates of August 13, 14 and 15, 2021 for anticipated main stage concerts on a much smaller scale.

They could have multiple dates in the fall. Fall ain't cold like it used to be.

October 9, 2019. 

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9 hours ago, Super Duper Negatron said:

Boo! Love taking the kids to the AVR. Hope they find a home.

Yes, was always fun but I'm thankful and hoepful that they get a new home. Every since Bill's passing, they've struggled to keep it open. 

Fingers crossed, a new permanent home can be found.  

 

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On 2021-03-31 at 10:51 AM, Noeller said:

I would imagine all summer events will be cancelled because there's just no way to know what will be allowed this summer, and you can't plan things on a week or even a month's notice. Next summer will be full normal, no question....

Except in you know where with you know what. "Best summar evarrrrrrrrrr!!"

 

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29 minutes ago, FrostyWinnipeg said:

In most jurisdictions, this would lead to fewer accidents and better traffic flow. However, it will inevitably be clogged up by the d-bag who stops in the merge lane and waits for all traffic to pass, just like in every other interchange or merge lane in the city.

 

But, I know of many who travel on Hwy 3 to commute, so it will hopefully make things safer and easier for them. 

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4 minutes ago, JCon said:

it will inevitably be clogged up by the d-bag who stops in the merge lane and waits for all traffic to pass, just like in every other interchange or merge lane in the city.

100% agree. Not only should you get a ticket for being a moron, but you should also have your licence taken away.

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17 hours ago, JCon said:

In most jurisdictions, this would lead to fewer accidents and better traffic flow. However, it will inevitably be clogged up by the d-bag who stops in the merge lane and waits for all traffic to pass, just like in every other interchange or merge lane in the city.

 

But, I know of many who travel on Hwy 3 to commute, so it will hopefully make things safer and easier for them. 

I agree but the city could really aid in this by being consistent in design. Take the corner of Lagimodiere and Grassie. Westbound Grassie to Northbound Lag has a great yield/merge lane, likely 300M or so. Eastbound Grassie to Southbound Lag, direct spill in to 80km/hr traffic. Seriously WTF?!?!?

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On 2021-06-23 at 6:43 AM, GCJenks said:

I agree but the city could really aid in this by being consistent in design. Take the corner of Lagimodiere and Grassie. Westbound Grassie to Northbound Lag has a great yield/merge lane, likely 300M or so. Eastbound Grassie to Southbound Lag, direct spill in to 80km/hr traffic. Seriously WTF?!?!?

That intersection is just a mess and needs to redone correctly...

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