Justin Trudeau – Letters, Jan. 28: ‘Unreal pension for failed Governor General’
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The three stories on Page 38 of the Jan. 23 Calgary Sun were heartwarming and uplifting: the Vancouver Value Village employees who found over $85,000 in a donation and returned it to the owner; the Turkish dog who kept a vigil for her hospitalized “father”; and the almost 101-year-old Canadian World War Two veteran who’s asking Pfizer to provide COVID-19 vaccinations for every Canadian. Let’s keep the good news coming, because we all need it now more than ever.
JOANNE and WAYNE MORCOM
(We love good news but it’s getting hard to come by these days.)
DISGUSTED BY LEADER
I used to be a proud Canadian. Sorry to say I am no longer feeling any pride in this country and its laughable non-leader. (Prime Minister Justin) Trudeau only understands one thing, action. It is time for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to bid Canada goodbye. With chairman Trudeau and this idiotic Liberal government that kneels at China’s feet like a whipping boy waiting for his next beating. I have lost all confidence in our political system and the people we elect. I will be voting Wexit in the next provincial election. We have to stop banging our heads against the wall. We keep voting for change, and get the same result. All political leaders are in it for one reason only, for themselves.
(Yes, they are.)
Last week included Blue Monday, allegedly the most depressing day of the year. The prime minister, not to be outdone, has provided Canadians with no vaccines, no pipeline, and now no Governor General, or what we can now refer to as Blue January.
(And it is depressing.)