Originally sent to the Merc.
It is Sunday morning and so I am doing a little baking-a loaf of bread and a pan of fudge. All of the instructions (from two different sources) are given in both metric and U.S. measurement units. It makes the task reasonable.
When driving through Montreal or Quebec City, I have often wondered how people who do not speak French manage with unilingual (French) signage.
Now we have the City of Guelph engineer responsible for such things saying that the signage on our unreasonably low (What driver expects a long standing bridge to somehow become lower?) will be signed in metric units only because that is “all the law requires.”
Really? Is that the best we, the City of Guelph, can do? ME