Friday, November 7, 2014

The Parliamentarians-Sadia Groguhe, MP

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin
Calder (Kensington) Public Library Terminal #V, Edmonton, Alberta

November VIIth, MMXIV

Hon. Gordon Dirks, B. Ed., M. Ed., MLA-Elect
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Calgary-Elbow

Dear Gordon:

Sure educational is a provincially run jurisdiction. I certainly commend Sadia Groguhe, MP for her efforts to point that out, but why is she turning the issue against government Conservative MPs & the government in terms of military history. Schools today don't teach Canada's military campaign. What with Rememberance Day coming up on Tuesday, & the tragic killings of II Canadian soldiers recently, how are students supposed to learn from past battles to honour dead, retired, & active military personnel & honour them? They kept & keep us safe, honour & dignity is what they deserve!

"Mr. Speaker, the question is not whether military history should be taught. The question, rather, is this: why are the Conservatives interfering in provincial education programs?"

Number CXXXIII (133),


Source: Sadia Groguhe, MP, New Democratic, Saint-Lambert.

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