“Calgary’s said from the get-go we’re looking for a peaceful resolution,” said Bill Bruce, director of animal and bylaw services.
Several protesters called for access to electrical services before they’d continue talks with the city. Bruce said there is no plan to offer power to the camp.
“That’s not on the table from the city’s side,” he said. “Realistically, we’ve cautioned them about the weather.”
The idea of continuing without power didn’t sit well with all the occupiers. Anthony Hall, a University of Lethbridge professor who recently joined the movement, said they have the right to use electrical devices, such as laptops.
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Who knew in Canada we have a right to free power. :?