In this parochial country, do we have what it takes to unite in a crisis?
By Andrew CaddellJan. 30, 2019
We should support leaders who find ways to unite us, not divide us, as we approach the next federal election.
A campaign to put Paul Henderson in the Hockey Hall of Fame brought the man who scored the winning goal for Canada in the 1972 Summit Series against the Soviet Union to Parliament Hill on Jan. 28, where he met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, among other MPs. Photograph courtesy of Justin Trudeau’s Twitter
OTTAWA—There are moments embedded in our minds as Canadians that we remember so vividly that we can say where we were, what we were doing, and who we were with when they occurred.
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