Archived Letter – 607

Can someone explain how food goes bad during an electrical outage living in Canada in December, while the temperature outside was below the freezing mark?
Now we are going to use our tax money to cover the costs for those who did not put their food in their garages or on their balconies and made sure they could not be opened by animals.
For the freezer items, icicles along with snow could have been packed in with these items so they stayed frozen,
Between media and the government I didn’t hear them once bring this up. All the media kept showing were empty fridges with the food that went bad outside in the garbage where it was nice and cold.
At least the meat did not stink since it was so cold…

Brian Mackay