For a premier who seems quick to call inquiries on things like queue jumping and expense claims I'm surprised Ms Redford is refusing to consider an inquiry into the XL beef recall. The premier says she won't support a public probe into the massive recall. She says "every single time that something doesn't go well, we don't need to have a public inquiry." Something doesn't go well? I think when people are getting sick, and consumers are losing confidence in beef, a lot of that from Alberta producers, it's more than just "something not going well". Once the plant is allowed to fully reopen it will be awhile before things get back to normal, before Canadians don't second guess their meat buying choices. They've got a lot of questions starting with why? Why was there such a delay from the time e-coli was caught by U.S. inspectors to when products were recalled? Why were the so-called deficiencies in the process not noticed by the 40 inspectors and six veterinarians? The provincial government and federal government should be asking the same questions and the only way we'll get the answers is through an inquiry. Ms. Redford owes it to the cattle producers she claims to support.