To the editor,
I fully agree with Susanna Fuller's comments in The Coast ("Sunday mourning," October 26). With the introduction of Sunday shopping, we have indeed lost something special and we should take a moment to mourn.
Not only have we lost the many quiet luxuries once enjoyed on Sundays, it seems we have also lost our democratic rights. In 2004 I voted "no" to Sunday shopping, along with the majority of Nova Scotians. That vote was recently overturned by the courts. How can this happen? I believe all Nova Scotians should be concerned about this, even if they voted "yes" in the plebiscite. The democratic process has been ignored!
By Carolyn Pineau