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MY ROADMAP TO OLD AGE

 When you love your wife more now than when you married her. When a wet dream means that you knocked over a glass of water from your night table. When you go from the kitchen to the bed-room and you forgot why. When you talk nonsense and young people are respectful, not critical. When people who Continue Reading

CANADA AND ITS ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

                                        INUIT Look closely at the map of Northern Canada. Yes it is Canada as you are aware, but without certain people and I refer of course to the Inuit, I think the land  in the North might have been taken away from us. To retain title, citizens have to live there. They lived there, as forbidding Continue Reading

Native People in Canada FIFTH OF SIX

Phil Fontaine, the grand chief of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN), fired a broadside over the ship of state of Canada when he stated that there might be trouble with the First Nations tribes in Vancouver-Whistler. This happened after acknowledging that the AFN had signed a memorandum of understanding offering the help of the Continue Reading

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