Daily Archives: April 8, 2010

Montreal Metro Security Think They Are Policemen


I was in the metro some years ago when I heard loud voices and children backing away from metro security.  Three very large white french speaking males were accusing three very small and very young black girls of illegally using … Continue reading

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A Stanger in My Own Neighborhood


As I wonder through the area that I  grew up in and my family has lived in for over one hundred years I realize that I am a stranger here now.  The house I grew up in is hardly recognizable to … Continue reading

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