Many Islanders were rightly disappointed in the actions of a protester who wrote on the wall of Province House with chalk.
Labchuk's decision to use a banned pesticide on the lawn of Province House is also troubling. While this protest may be completely harmless, it sends the message that protests of this nature are acceptable.
The next protestor might decide to climb the columns of the building and hang a banner, or use spray paint, or any number of things which could damage the building already in need of a multi-million dollar restoration.
Out of respect for Province House and the democratic system it represents I would hope that future protests refrain from trying to physically alter the legislature's grounds. http://italkpei.blogspot.ca/2014/05/right-to-protest-doesnt-translate-into.html