Internment camp building, Morrissey, British Columbia, 19 August 1916 (Photo courtesy of US National Archives)
Re Deal Set For Japanese Canadians (Sept. 22): I applaud the government's decision to settle with the Japanese Canadians for the wrongs done them during the Second World War, most especially because this establishes a legal and moral precedent for Ottawa to resolve a similar request for an acknowledgement and redress for the injustices Ukrainians experienced during Canada's first national internment operations in 1914-20.
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