Volume 95, Issue 11

Wednesday, September 19, 2001
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Passing the border buck

Picking up trash: not just a bar activity

U teaches tough lessons

Cyclist forced to come to complete stop

Insight from a commie?

Precious time on a fragile planet

I can make my own bread

Taking a closer look at the "kill 'em all" mentality

Precious time on a fragile planet

To the Editor:

How difficult it is to make sense of the New York City atrocities.

They effect us as a part of the human race and our closeness to the American people.

This is a time for all people, no matter what their religious belief or nationality, whether it be Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist or Agnostic, to come together, no matter what their differences have been in the past.

Neighbours and families who have been arguing and fighting amongst themselves must learn to forget past differences and work in harmony for the future.

History has shown these life shattering disasters keep coming and we will need all the help and support we can get from each other to get through the rest of our precious time on this fragile planet.

Richard Piet

Windsor, Ont.

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