Letters to the Editor

LETTERS: Let down by leadership

Editor:

Author Brian Crowley with his book, Fearful Symmetry: The Fall and Rise of Canada’s Founding Values (2009), may well have written a Canadian manual for managing our future.

He refers to the Canadian past and mishaps, offering recommendation to prevent it from happening again.

For me, it is the importance of two principles: 1) being Canadians among Canadians, and 2) the commitment to marriage.

Both issues seem to have fallen of the map because of poor political leadership, federal and provincial.

Suan H. Booiman, White Rock

 

 

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