Lack of transit help for veterans ‘disgusting’

Dear editor,

I have lived in the Comox Valley for the past eight years.

Dear editor,

I have lived in the Comox Valley for the past eight years.

Originally from Calgary, I find it a very huge slap in the face to our veterans of our armed forces that the transit here refuses to offer any service to get people to and from events around town. Is that the thanks they get?

More people would show up to Remembrance Day ceremonies if they could get there.

I find it disgusting that the transit provides service on Canada Day to go to and from the parade yet will not help those who want to get to Remembrance Day ceremonies.

Our vets deserve a whole lot more respect than that.

I am a proud Canadian and will always stand behind our troops.

Leslie J. Lippay,

Comox Valley

 

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