Profit problem remains

Editor:
Re: Trellis for-profit care.

After striving to bring this to the urgent attention of the legislature several years ago, we are now faced with the same problem – profit versus not-for-profit care for seniors.
Certainly, something is strangely amiss.
When you search carefully into well-documented reports, all the evidence points clearly in favour of not-for-profit seniors care. So what could be the problem?
My guess is money and foreign profit where seniors are going to end up on the short end of this mess if we don’t stand up and protect those who can least afford private care. Take a look at how this can work better with not-for-profit care provided by the Baptist Church at White Rock.

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Al Jenkins, Sechelt

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