Comms director Sean Kelso tweeted Nenshi victory 'worse than @realDonaldTrump being president'
7 minutes agoRobin Rad Printing We can say that it was directly related to the Flames Organization -- however there are individuals who have lost their jobs or missed out on a potential opportunity because of Social Media accounts....
17 minutes agoAlyssa Ally Britany Calixte It may be your opinion, but a man that works for an organization of that magnitude. Should be smart enough to know to keep his opinions......to himself. Especially ones of that nature.
25 minutes agoElise Lonsdale Childish, ignorant response, but, Kelso is intitled to his opinion!
32 minutes agoDaniel Chow Maybe they are out of touch....
45 minutes agoDean Scott It wasn’t hate speech but it sure was stupid. As an individual he has the right to say whatever he wants. The Tweet didn’t appear to have anything to do directly with the Flames owners. Even if it did they can say what the want.
54 minutes agoHeather Berezowski Congrats Flames, you just alienated 200,000 people. Good luck with are a negotiations.
1 hour agoJohn Leung When they meddled in the election that was already too far. That tweet was just the icing on the cake.
And to be honest, they're just giving Nenshi more rope to hang them with. Take the deal, Flames. You don't have much power left.
Unprecedented turnout sends Calgary's incumbent mayor back for four more years
1 hour agoGlenda Nixon Yes the people have spoken but I hope Nenshi is listening to the fact that not all is well in his kingdom.
1 hour agoDarcy Kostelansky For the ones that didn't vote for Nenshi. Look out more tax increases are coming . More reckless spending. And more people filing bankruptcy. All because of Nenshi. Wondering what other businesses will be forced to close shop. 51 % property tax hikes, stolen from the struggling. The only ones that agree with Nenshi, are the rich snobs.
3 hours agoTina Marie Why is everyone so angry. We live in a democracy. Everyone has the opportunity to vote. We had a massive turnout. I can understand disappointment. You do all realize your children are watching you and listening to how you handle disappointments in life. Be a role model for your children. Its ok to Be disappointed and express why you're disappointed, but name calling and rants??!! Is this the behavior or life skills you want to teach your children? Don't get your way so swear and belittle and attack. Be better.
3 hours agoShirley Scholz Some very angry replies. Democracy rules. I myself am angry about the extremely poorly managed voting polls. In this modern world I cannot fathom polling stations not having adequate amounts of ballots. I wait as woman manning my station digs through a box below the table trying to find our names-----2017 City of Calgary. This morning news said more ballots being transported to station were delayed because of rush hour traffic. Consequently there were long line ups and many unable to cast their ballots. That to me is a glitch in Democracy at it's most pathetic level.❌
3 hours agoStuie Monteith So much for a better calgary.. those people in midfield trailer park will continue to suffer and those of us who pay outrages taxes for his retard spending
4 hours agoPierce Achtymichuk you know what Einstein said about mental illness - doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results.
4 hours agoMike Bedard Good job making it hard for people to vote and making it easy to keep your job had to take 93 year old gramma to a hour line out of community to industrial park pathetic
5 hours agoAnne Marie #NauseatingNenshi. So much for change. Everyone one of the incumbents got re-elected. I will never waste my time on another election in this city. Never.
6 hours agoKristi Lee I thought Calgary was smarter than this. Nenshi is the reason why I moved back to Edmonton. No affordable housing in yyc
9 hours agoBryce Code Sad day for Calgary. Hopefully he will go forward having heard the message - less taxes, less arrogance less condescension and more listening! For every 10 that voted for Nenshi, 9 voted against. One would think he would be humbled by this, but I doubt it.