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In their own words: 6 veterans trash the Conservatives
In their own words: 6 veterans trash the Conservatives

In their own words: 6 veterans trash the Conservatives

Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino and Prime Minister Stephen Harper stuck to their guns on Friday and shut down nine veterans affairs offices in smaller cities across the country. Fantino began the week by skipping a scheduled meeting with a group of men who had served in the military as far back as the 1950s […]

February 1, 2014

Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino and Prime Minister Stephen Harper stuck to their guns on Friday and shut down nine veterans affairs offices in smaller cities across the country.

Fantino began the week by skipping a scheduled meeting with a group of men who had served in the military as far back as the 1950s and had travelled to Ottawa to plead their case to keep the offices open.

He ended it by attacking  the protesting veterans,…