Betty Hinton, MP Masthead
Member of Parliament for Kamloops Thompson Cariboo
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 18, 2002

Fight for POW pension continues

Ottawa: MP Betty Hinton (Kamloops Thompson Highland Valleys) again stood in the House of Commons and asked the Minister of Veterans Affairs to give her an answer in regards to Rt. Lt. Col. Al Trotter’s POW pension supplement.

Although the Minister’s office has received hundreds of phone calls and emails from Canadians across the country asking him to make a decision on the Kamloops residents’ issue the Minister continues to say his staff has to review the case.

Mrs. Hinton asked in the House today, “You’ve had the facts for over a year. What’s left to review?”

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