What about the retired Teck workers?

"All we can hope for is that our kids will sustain us or wish for an early death to get out of this bind."

Many kudos to Greg Belland (retiring Teck manager) for improving air quality ect …

Too bad he didn’t put his mind to work for the workers who retired 25 and 30 or more years ago and are still alive with no COLA (Cost of Living Allowance).

At the rate prices are going up, the food bank will get busier.

All we can hope for is that our kids will sustain us or wish for an early death to get out of this bind.

So far I’m OK but I know some who are not so lucky.

“Cry me a bucket,” will likely be an answer if the right eyes read this, if any.

But I could be wrong.

Walter Crockett


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