On Friday's show, we talked to Stephen Ashton, a district councilor for Tofino, BC -- a picturesque sea-side community on the remote west-coast of Vancouver Island. The town's primary industries are tourism and aquaculture. Recently, Ashton put forward a motion to consider banning retail chains and fast-food franchises from setting up in Tofino. Ashton says such a ban would preserve Tofino's unique charm and that franchise businesses don't reflect the town's character. What do you think? Is such a ban fair to legal businesses? Should a community be able to dictate which businesses are welcome and which aren't? Give us your thoughts.