Clr. Ferguson appears to be on a roll, or rampage, depending on how you want to look at it, with respect to his concerns over the Pan Am Stadium/Veledrome matters.
The Clr. is expressing concern that British and American firms are among those who have appeared on the short list of firms who will potentially design and build the new version of Ivor Wynne ala Pan Am.
Staff maintain that firms appear on the short list based on the technical and financial quality of their proposals.Ferguson worries that "bureaucracy has gotten in the way of common sense".
Are you in the Clr's camp on this one, agreeing that preference should be given to Canadian construction companies? Should that be a weighted criterion, when considering proposals? Or, are you of the view that the most qualified should prevail, regardless of place of origin?