LETTER: Don’t the residents of Chilliwack ever look up?

Canada flag has been missing from post office for months, says letter writer

Now that the Don Cherry rant is over, maybe it’s time to start another one. I’ve lived in the same apartment residence for the last 20 years. I have always been able to tell what way the wind is blowing from the flag on the post office on Yale Road, but it amazes me that the Canadian flag has not been flying for more than six months.

Since the start of summer, the flag pole has sat there empty. Don’t the good citizens of Chilliwack ever look up?

Barry Wearing

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