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WE’VE LOST SOME INNONCENC​E OF A PARADE

The world is changing, every second. And, now something we have always believed we could come together, celebrate and show our support in with tens of thousands of our fellow citizens — a parade — could be viewed as a risky adventure. The story earlier today about four people shot in Toronto during the parade to salute the Toronto Raptors winning their first NBA championship tainted the true victory march. It shook us, too, that such violence erupted when wanted to share our collective joy. Yet, it’s another stern signal of how society has turned.

Innocence, perhaps, is fading away.

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Follower of Christ, husband, father, grandfather, Edmonton Sun columnist, Oiler Entertainment Group writer, co-author of Disabled? Hell No! I’m a Sit-Down Comic, speaker, comedian, former Edmonton Journal columnist, member of the Premier’s Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities and closet Beverly Hillbillies mega fan and (very small) closet disco singer.

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