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Canada’s First Nations People Sentenced To Slow and Painful Death By Canadian Apathy


I would like to just remind Canadians as we prepare for Christmas and all that it means to us and all that we will share with our families that there are other like our First Nations People who will not be having such a great time and for whom Christmas time represents hardships not even imaginable by most Canadians. Continue reading

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How Far Back Do I Remember, What Do I Remember And Why?


I remember always being afraid to look the wrong way, say the wrong thing, or do something that would get me into trouble. As far back as I can remember, I knew it was trouble to ask why, or to question what you were told to do. As far back as I remember I always felt alone even when standing in the middle of a crowded room. Continue reading

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Politics Asside All Levels Of Canadian Government Are Failing Canadians


Municipally, provincially and federally this great country of ours and our people are being over taxed and ill-served. The fact is that the level of mismanagement of tax payer money is now bordering on criminal. One only has to look at the situation in Montreal to see that all governments are doing it shamelessly. Continue reading

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Remembering A Promise I Made To My Granddaughter


Courteney asked me what I had wanted to be and I looked at her and said a doctor, or lawyer. We looked into each others eyes and looked away quickly, neither of us wanting to see the pain, or the pity that they held. Continue reading

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Montreal’s Homeless / The People We No Longer See


People are sleeping out in the elements, in the most degrading, dirty and unsanitary conditions, while we argue about whether or not we need to build housing for the poor and whether they are a provincial or a federal problem.

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Extra Extra Read All About It! “Canadians Sell Their Morality, Integrity And Souls And Vote Yes To Harper Promise Of Economic Stability”


I guess the people of Canada have spoken and it is to the extreme right that we go.  Harper, Kenney, Toews, and Baird were right Canadians have changed and they do not care how their government behaves in parliament, or … Continue reading

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From The Most Vulnerable To The Most Dangerous People On The Street We All Have A Story To Tell


Let me dispel a misconception about those of us who live, or have lived on the street, or have lived by the rules of street life. None of us really want to be there, but once there we will do what we … Continue reading

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911, (Emergency) Dispatcher In Montreal Says, “Our Officers No Longer Investigate Petty Crimes, Do It Yourself”


 This story starts out innocent enough with a friend going home parking her car in her spot in her apartment  complexes garage  and going to her apartment to sleep after a hard days work in the hospital emergency room and … Continue reading

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Abuse And Ignore Your Children The Street Always Has Room For Another Pimp, Whore, Or Drug Dealer And No Education Is Required


Abused children do not go away and we never forget what happened to us and by whom.  You can never tell how  your abuse will affect the child you are abusing, but speaking from experience it is always negative for the child and … Continue reading

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No Education For Your Child = A Life Of Crime, Or Abuse


Collections Agent / Paying Off Debts Everything below is true and is what happens to abused children who get no help. We do not disappear from life after our stints in street gangs. We grow up to be young men … Continue reading

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