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Winter In Canada Means Certain Death, Loss Of Limbs And Disfigurement For The Homeless, Elderly And Underprivileged


I have said it before that winter in Canada breaks my heart, because of the unnecessary suffering and death that is allowed to go on by every government on all levels in Canada. Canada is supposed to be so strong economically, but yet the suffering continues, why is that? Continue reading

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Golfing For The Love Of Children In The Batshaw Golf Tournament At The Bonniebrook Golf Club


This tournament is not about winning something expensive, this tournament is about love and the need to do something for troubled youth. This tournament is about getting involved. This tournament is about backing up what you talk about with action at a very basic, down to earth street level kind of way. Continue reading

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American Dream or Nightmare


    It is at times like this that I know that people in the United States of America could careless about anything that does not fit into the American dream type of lifestyle.   I watched a documentary on television … Continue reading

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