Nov. 11 only one day of the year

Politicians have a moral obligation to ensure our veterans are looked after properly

To the editor:

A small percentage of Canadians choose to serve our country by wearing a military uniform.

The rest of us can thank them by insisting the federal government supplies the necessary resources to support our veterans. That means accepting the costly responsibility of making medical and psychological services readily available for those in need.

Canada owes our military personnel more than praise, decorations, medals and an annual Remembrance Day parade.

Our politicians have a moral obligation to insure physical and emotional assistance is available for our veterans every day of the year.

Please hold your member of Parliament accountable.


Lloyd Atkins



100 Mile House Free Press