Charlotte Shivdatt, Assistant manager, Salvation Army
If there’s a bad crime they can run over top, like in Toronto. It’s good for not just in the city but outside of it too. Winnipeg has the worst crime of anywhere, I think.
Gordon Hegland, on pension
The City of Winnipeg could use one to keep an eye on what’s going on. Calgary has one.
Eric Rogers, registered nurse
Of course. I think it would impose a little bit of fear, especially for auto theft because they always get away.
Jill Andrade, third-year, history
I don’t think so. We’re Winnipeg. It’s not like we’re Vancouver or Toronto. It’s a good waste of my money.
Eric Onuk, second-year, business administration and conflict resolution
No. I think it’s unnecessary because they could use the money to do other, better things.
Kaylyn Rheault, first-year, psychiatric nursing
Do I think they absolutely need it? No. But do I think it would be resourceful and convenient? Yes. I think it would improve the services they provide.