Costco's poppy policy still unclear

The Royal Canadian Legion can't get an answer from Costco on why a veteran was asked to stop selling poppies at one of the stores.

Royal Canadian Legion wants answers after veteran told he couldn't sell poppies

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Last weekend, war veteran Wayne Hamilton was asked to stop selling poppies at a Costco in Langley.

Costco wouldn't tell CBC News what their poppy-selling policy is.

The retailer won't tell the Royal Canadian Legion what its policy is either.

With files from the CBC's Dan Burritt


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