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Hi, everyone. Sorry this is late today but it is Friday so that means readers decide what they want to talk about.

Climate strikes were held around the world today, including in Prince George. Should we be doing more as individuals and a community to address climate change?

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The election promises are getting even more outlandish (camping - really?) and we're still three weeks away from voting day. Are you done with this election or are you still undecided and looking forward to the televised leader debate (there's only one in English)?

Daniel Gallant's commentary on the state of downtown has generated a ton of attention and comments. What do you think needs to be done to improve downtown? Will you be attending the city's Talktober event on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Civic Centre to talk to mayor and council? If not the downtown, what would you like to see local government working on?

Over to you.

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