I was going to write something nice about the CAA, having just received the latest issue of the CAA magazine, and finding that the main article (aside from the travel items, anyway) was about motor vehicles and bicycles sharing the road.
There's even an online poll at the CAA Magazine web page (although no copy at this writing of the Share the road article) asking for opinions on share the road campaigns and the co-existence of bikes and cars on our roads.
And then as I was waiting for the bus, I watched as a CAA tow driver laid on the horn to force a cyclist over to the curb on Ottawa Street in Kitchener. From my vantage point, the cyclist was simply riding along Ottawa, a street that does not have bike lanes at that point, and so was justifiably occupying enough of the road to ensure that overtaking vehicles would have to move over to pass.
Not good enough for the CAA representative, who may not have heard about sharing the road. The tow driver did know how to use the horn.