Re: “Military second-in-command shouldn’t be praised for making a beneficial personal choice,” (The Hill Times, July 10, p. 9). The headline on Scott Taylor’s column is extremely misleading and disappointing because it gives the impression that one of Canada’s most honourable officers has abused the taxpayers by having his apartment fees paid for the last seven years. Just from a financial perspective, what he omits to say is that by not having moved his family in 2012, and not having to move his family again now as he is retiring and returning back to Edmonton, he has actually saved the taxpayers two cost moves.
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