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Submitted By Webmaster on Saturday, April 7, 2018
The extreme sadness every one of us feels today.
The tragedy in Humboldt, Saskatchewan is beyond comprehensible.

Dan O'Toole's (@tsnotoole) words are profound:

Words can't fix anything right now, but know that our tears flow alongside yours. You are hurting, so that means we are all hurting. Our entire country is wrapping its arms around your community. We are here for you.

The full story can be found here

 

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