Both sides should have equal opportunity

Writer explains what happens when you don't hear 'both sides of the story.'

Dear Editor;

“There are always two sides to every story”. When there is a dispute/disagreement between two individuals or a group shouldn’t both sides give an account of what happened? If only one side is heard and taken as gospel then the other party could be alienated when this occurs, friendships/partnerships become estranged—all because one side was not given the opportunity to give their version.

Something to think about.

Kay Goglin

Princeton, BC