By Letter to the Editor on October 28, 2019.
Re: Pro-life ads reach court
These pro-life ads have a purpose, to help young women to make the right decision at a time when they need good advice and help very much when dealing with an unwanted pregnancy, not to make a second mistake and get the baby aborted and have remorse for the rest of her life for having her baby killed.
The Lethbridge City Council had no problem, after receiving complaints about these ads on transit buses and benches, to have them removed. Did they know what percentage of the people of Lethbridge were against the ads, or do they just listen to the people that scream the loudest? And another reason to have them removed was because it looks not inviting for a city like Lethbridge to have ads like that around the city.
But on the other hand, they make Lethbridge a paradise for drug addicts and thereby at the same time, also for drug dealers at the SCS and inevitable organized crime to follow.
What percentage of the citizens of Lethbridge agree with that?
Does that look more inviting for a city?
John Van Liere