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To the person who decided to call the police on me while I was driving a company car and was working on Jan. 7/ 18 around 8:20pm. You should definitely educate yourself on traffic laws and how to drive a motor vehicle safely. You called the police on me for passing a slow moving vehicle. You claimed I was speeding, passing on the shoulder, and "zipping" in and out of traffic. I didn't know it was illegal to pass a slower moving vehicle, you and the other vehicle, if a lane is open and it is safe to do so. Here is where I have an issue. You claimed I broke laws, but I have a feeling you left out your "driving" from the story. The fact you were driving slow in a passing lane(right lane is for slower drivers), you had to speed to catch up to me, you cut me off on a highway without signaling. After I safely went around you and exited the highway, you then cut me off without signaling and slammed on your brakes in a turn lane. After I safely passed you again, you followed me while tailgating and using your phone while driving. Just to let you know, I was driving to an alarm. I can't imagine how angry you'd be if it was your business I was on my way to, someone delayed me and I missed a burglar ransacking your busniess. Luckily for you I have a clean driving record and I drive for a living, otherwise your unsafe driving could have got us both hurt. Please don't try and be the police.
I was on the Ottawa 4 bus at the terminal at approx. 5:10 SundayJan.7th.I was so impressed with the driver.He was so professional,courteous and it was so nice being on his bus.604 was the bus number.Keep up the great work,you were spotted and appreciated.
Found cell phone at approximately 1:15 pm in the parking lot of Zehrs on Manning in Tecumseh. I turned the phone into customer service- I hope the owner gets it back !
To the man or woman driving a dark grey Challenger parked near the BMO/ Chapters entrance on Saturday late afternoon. Me and several other people watched in amazement as a lady attempted several times to back out of her parking spot. Unfortunately she backed up right into your front bumper. There was only some very minor scratches/ scuffs but the lady got out of her car and denied the whole thing. So out of principle I left a note with my phone number and name and license plate of the lady with Devonshire mall security. I was too afraid the lady would snatch the note off your windshield so I left it with them.
Just want to say thank you to all the helpful people January 6th while our building was on fire. Thank you to the girls at Good Life Fitness for letting us in to stay warm until the buses came for us to sit in. Thank you transit Windsor for that, the bus driver that brought us some shawarmas. The young couple for bringing burgers and coffees and thinking of our pets and bringing food and water for them. Also the Windsor Fire Department for their quick response. Thank you very much to you all, you have been spotted.
I went to Fresh Co this January 6th and as I was cashing out I heard this gentleman around 80yo saying that he did pay for his groceries and what I assumed was a manager kept pressing him about the receipt and this gentleman asked the cashier and not to say she was rude but her tone was not pleasant first she said I can't hear you then she was yeah you paid but where is your receipt this went on for a bit I don't know if there was something he might've forgot to put on the belt and pay for but the poor guy was pushing a walker and had three bags I don't think he went in there to steal but to embarrass a senior in front of at least 20ppl not ok shame on you you need more training.
To the guy at metro who gave me a boost start when my battery died. Thank you so much !! After picking up a few items at metro and a hot a ready pizza after a long days work came out to a dead battery . I sort of accosted you in a panic and you said no problem. Car started and I thanked you quickly but you left in a hurry before I could truly thank you . From the bottom of my heart.
Old and tired Mom
Thank you to the lovely woman who came through the drive thru at Tim Hortons a few weeks ago. It was Saturday morning and our rush hour so the drive through window is kept open, and since it is winter and ice cold outside I was freezing. I had a jacket on but no mittens. I was at the window for maybe a few hours the day before I met this woman. She got a large black coffee and while she was rummaging for change I held the coffee in my hand to keep warm. She apologized for taking a while to find change but I made a joke about using her coffee to keep my hands warm anyways so I didn't mind at all. I had also told her how I had bought dollar store gloves the day before to use at work but I had forgotten them at home. The woman then left with her coffee. Not even a half hour later she returned to the drive thru with a pair of dollar store mittens for me. This woman made my day and I don't think she knows how much those mittens helped me and a few other employees that day. I've worked at Tim Hortons for a few years and never have I ever encountered someone in the drive thru so kind to do that for us.