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LAWTON: Victoria councillor says military should pay for Remembrance Day ceremonies

True North's Andrew Lawton weighs in.

A city councillor in Victoria, BC, thinks that the Department of National Defence should pay the costs of hosting local Remembrance Day ceremonies because they are, in his view, “military” events.

This councillor, Ben Isitt, previously accused the Invictus Games for wounded veterans of being militaristic.

True North’s Andrew Lawton weighs in.

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