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Some times people bug me so much. The "chair" of a committee giving me grief - give me a break. I'm a volunteer - unpaid - and I'll do as I dam please with my time.
Quite plainly "your highness" you do not dicate who has to be on your committee and what they have to do for it.
I may resign from the board of directors because of this. I have better things to do with my time.
So today I went to the focus group about Alberta bill 203 about service dogs. I am a firm believer that with Rights comes Responsibilty. You can't complain if you don't do anything about change.
There were very few people there probably because it was held at 1 in the afternoon. Hopefully more meetings will take place in the evening so more of the public can be involved.
I was thrilled to learn that out of the 4 or 5 owner trained dogs there, all of them had gone