I read Jay Homnick’s piece on the late former Liberal MP Robert Kaplan.
The thing I remember best about Kaplan was when he introduced a private member’s bill to abolish the penny shortly before his retirement from public life in 1993.
Well, Kaplan lived to see the Tory government announce it would stop producing the penny in last year’s federal budget.
I guess you could say Kaplan left Canadians a penniless legacy.
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