Dayna Newbert 100 Mile House “I’m not opposed to it, I think it would slow drivers down if they saw colours on the street. It also helps make our community feel more accepting because there is a lot of LGBTQ members in the community.”

Do you think 100 Mile House should have a rainbow crosswalk in support of the LGBTQ community?

Thomas Duff

100 Mile House

“Yes, I would be in support.”

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Dayna Newbert

100 Mile House

“I’m not opposed to it, I think it would slow drivers down if they saw colours on the street. It also helps make our community feel more accepting because there is a lot of LGBTQ members in the community.”

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Kate Hill

108 Mile Ranch

“I definitely do, It’s good to see a community take a step towards that direction.”

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Dianne Bob

100 Mile House

“Yeah, that would be so cool.”

 

Kate Hill 108 Mile Ranch “I definitely do, It’s good to see a community take a step towards that direction.”

Dianne Bob 100 Mile House “Yeah, that would be so cool.”

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