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LETTER: Should the PM's apologies include seniors?

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I think Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has done the right thing to apologize for the LGBTQ discrimination by federal agencies, and to my understanding, other groups as well. In my opinion these things shouldn’t have happened in the first place.

However, when our Prime Minister is in the business of apologizing lately, maybe he should apologize to the seniors in this country. Seniors who are over 65 years old and getting between $800-$900 a month to live on, I think it’s also a form of discrimination.

Please do the right thing for this group of seniors, Mr. Trudeau, so they can live out their final years in dignity instead of poverty.

This group of seniors deserve double the $800-$900 monthly to live out their retirement years in dignity in my opinion.

This would be a great time to treat these seniors with respect at a time when other groups are getting apologies.

If you agree, write your Prime Minister or phone or write your Members of Parliament and demand justice for seniors.

Lloyd Pickering,

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