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Dear editor: I like James Miller’s style and I think it has provoked more serious letter writing.
I have started to write on several occasions only to have my sentiments expressed exactly how I felt. Recently, it was about the John A. Macdonald statue.
I think people get ridiculous when they are approaching these ideas, the mayor of Victoria included. We can’t go rearranging the past or we would never move forward.
I never knew about the residential schools growing up in B.C., and this has all been an education for me. Not to tear down but to learn from.
I’m sure today’s leaders will make decisions, perhaps mistakes, that will be considered poor judgment in the future. The conversation is what’s important, not the knee-jerk reactions.