Justin Trudeau acknowledges ‘extremes’ on both sides,
Calgary, July 7, 2018 – Justin Trudeau was in Calgary for the Opening of the Calgary Stampede… yet he faced some tough questions on a blazing hot YYC Rooftop.
But first… Some quick headlines
Mayor Nenshi and Justin Trudeau were at the Airport to announce some funding for Airport Infrastructure…
“Phase 2 of Airport Trail realizes the value of the Airport Trail tunnel. It’s an east-west connection between Stoney Trail and Deerfoot that makes it easier for people and goods to get to Calgary International Airport.”
– Naheed Nenshi, mayor, City of Calgary pic.twitter.com/Je44ZMD0Kv
— City of Calgary (@cityofcalgary) July 6, 2018
Calgary needs some road upgrades! Certainly! The Ring road being one of them… Airport connections being another!
While Mayor Nenshi didn’t quite agree that this is a pre-requisite to an Airport LRT Connection… It’s a start! Fingers Crossed!
Next, the gang headed to the Rooftop of YYC Airport to make the announcements
Calgary is making progress on Infrastructure projects. The city has faced a lot of challenges, and hopefully some progress will help!
Finally, I got to ask my Question —
Kelly – Protesters like Green Peace Canada are claiming the protest in BC as a victory… encouraging others to do the same in the future…. What can you say to those people who think it’s a good idea???
Prime Minister – “Some Canadians still think there’s a choice to be made, between Protecting the Environment, and Growing the economy…. I disagree, and indeed most Canadians disagree”…
He acknowledged that there are people on the extreme that are free to demonstrate their opinion safely, and within the law, and without harming others….
… More to come this weekend!
You can check out the whole session below!