Maybe it's just me or more hopefully, the topic's been broached before.
Why are the Canada boards so disjointed?
Examples? We have: Quebec (including Montreal), Ontario (including Toronto) & Canada, which has a subtitle of "outside of Ontario & Quebec". That's a grouping of three boards,
if you're counting. To which you might say; 'Hey, where's my West and West Central Provinces?" The answer is South 16 boards /countries to something called Western Canada , again subtitled: British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. I'm assuming, btw, The Yukon Territories are included here, as well.
So my anal-retentive questions are two-fold:
1) Why aren't all four (4) Canada boards grouped together?
2) Since the other three (3) boards cover ALL of Canada to the West; why isn't the Canada board entitled Eastern Canada or the even more cartographicly correct Atlantic Canada?
I know with the recent, major Chowhound site changes & fixes that the techies have been kept very busy. But these boards, in my mind at least, should have organized in this manner to begin with or at least early on. I wouldn't think these to be difficult tasks but, then again, I'm not an engineer.
Someone, anyone please?