LETTERS: Problem solver

The government cannot fix everything, including what is happening to aboriginal folks.

I would strongly disagree that the buck stops with Prime Minister Trudeau in solving the problem of what is happening to our aboriginal folks.

Quite the opposite. In a nutshell the buck ought to stop with the natives themselves. The government cannot fix everything.

Paul Crossley

Penticton

 

 

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