Tent city

Canadian soldiers have built a tent village to accommodate—————. The camp will consist of modular tent shelters with floors lighting and heating. ————— will be provided all the amenities that will ensure the dignity and comfort of the people housed. Sound good.

Did you fill in the blanks with the words our homeless? Wrong.

This village is for the use of people who have chosen to skip the paper work and line up, and enter our country illegally. Your tax dollars at work.

The Red Cross is there along with the soldiers and I believe they were providing hot meals. Your donations at work. Add to this, free medical dental and eye care. What more is there?

Think of this next time you go vote.

Fay Hill

Vernon

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