A novel idea for Japan

Our government via Revenue Canada deems it acceptable for a registered charity to collect your heartfelt donations and then spend 70 per cent of it on their administration to operate the charity.

Our government via Revenue Canada deems it acceptable for a registered charity to collect your heartfelt donations and then spend 70 per cent of it on their administration to operate the charity.

This to me is absolutely corruption of a decent system gone wrong in the hands of the wrong people.

So realize when you give money to help the suffering in Japan, how much of it actually goes to helping them.

Why don’t we keep our individual money and ask our government to spend our hard earned tax money on assisting the peoples of Japan to move to Canada and become citizens here. They will certainly embrace our country for their future and we too can embrace them with our generosity.

Len Walker, Bowser