"My son, Matthew, is mentally handicapped. I don’t live with them, but we’re still a family. I’m the cash machine and I’m good with that. I’m happy about it because I come from a background where my dad abandoned us and all that. And I’ve seen the horror of that and I don’t want them to ever experience that. And you know, my daughter and I are best of friends. I can go there anytime, it still is my home, really. It’s just economic, because there’s no work over there for me. They live in Oliver, in the Okanagan."