tr, my son is in Calgary right now, but he does not have his dad's pool/billiards abilities. With a transit strike looming, he had better get his dad's walking abilities. Paix, mon ami.
It is hard to know what will happen given the posturing by both sides, however, the last I heard is that there would not be a general strike but rather a rotating strike and it doesn't sound like the City would lock them out unless their actions became distruptive. The City gave the example of abandoning buses on the side of roads as one situation where they would lock them out.Marathon last-ditch talks to head off a looming transit strike continued late last night, with both sides hoping to hammer out a deal.
At press time last night, the city and the transit union had been meeting for more than 12 hours trying to find common ground.
Does he live close to where he needs to be on a daily basis?Thank you, zoziw. My son is not familiar with Calgary as a pedestrian, just as a bus rider. I appreciate this info.