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Mock consultation: subjecting veterans to an ugly political game

For 50 years, veterans have largely permitted government to choose the game, dictate the rules, rig the arena, and select the players on the veterans’ team. If veterans allow this to continue, they should not be surprised that they score few, if any, goals.

Photo courtesy of Cpl Roxanne Shewchuk, Valcartier Imaging Section
Veterans, pictured Nov. 11, 2011, at a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Sacrifice Cross in Quebec City.

 

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Mock consultation: subjecting veterans to an ugly political game

For 50 years, veterans have largely permitted government to choose the game, dictate the rules, rig the arena, and select the players on the veterans’ team. If veterans allow this to continue, they should not be surprised that they score few, if any, goals.

Photo courtesy of Cpl Roxanne Shewchuk, Valcartier Imaging Section
Veterans, pictured Nov. 11, 2011, at a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Sacrifice Cross in Quebec City.

 

  

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