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December 27, 2013

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JimCanuck

I fully agree on the need to give delivery company employees Christmas Day off to allow them to spend the day with their families. Eventually everyone will get their parcels and their electronics will work or the print will still be in their book in spite of the delay. (One has to wonder if the procrastinators thought Amazon had already implemented "drone' delivery.)

The heroes working overtime on Christmas Day this year are the electric power utility workers, many of whom have come from other cities. who are trying to restore power to the over 80,000 customers in the Toronto area as a result of last weekend's ice storm that attacked southern Ontario. At one point over 300,000 customers in Toronto did not have power. My own son's home finally had power restored around 4 p.m. on Christmas Day after a three day outage.

This really defines, along with healthcare personnel, who really needs to be working on Christmas Day.

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