Thursday, December 13, 2012

Tories allow tinsel to adorn government spaces

For second consecutive year St. Nick returns to Harperville

The Globe and Mail newspaper reports that federal government employees are free to decorate their offices with Christmas decorations.

"[The] government will not allow the Christmas spirit to be grinched," Treasury Board President Tony Clement announced.
"I see nothing wrong in the workplace at this time of the year ... to have the tinsel or Christmas cards, or even a little mini Nativity scene or a menorah."
He continued:
"This is an inclusive time of year. We have people of all faiths; we have people of no faith." 
Read the full article here.

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