LETTERS: Word choice not a wash

Editor: With the emphasis on all things Canadian, it’s sad to see part of our identity chipped away.

Editor:

What with being Canada’s 150th birthday and the special emphasis on all things Canadian, it’s sad to see part of our identity being chipped away.

You see it happening everywhere – medical/dental facilities, restaurants, indoor and outdoor recreational centers, theatres and office buildings – in ever-increasing public areas.

Those ubiquitous signs!

We don’t have restrooms in Canada.

We have washrooms.

Edward Rubin, Surrey