Dear member of parliament,
Canada should not name “things” owned by the Canadian government after a person responsible for the decommissioning of the Avro Arrow. I do not know his political stripe or care but I do know the name Diefenbaker is not worthy of having on a coast guard or military or any machinery except, possibly, an RCMP dog?
If Canada builds something good and then destroys it, that could be named “a Diefenbaker”.
Diefenbaker’s name should not be on a CCG Ice Breaker or anything else built or owned by the federal government of Canada.
Sincerely yours,
*, Ontario, Canada

P.S. Canada should build its own new fighter aircraft to replace the CF-18.


October 11, 2009 Posted by | Canadian Politics | | 6 Comments