HE WOULD HAVE BEEN 30 YEARS OLD SUNDAY: MATTY WILKES <a href="https://edmontonsun.com/2014/12/21/cam-tait-community-gathers-to-mourn-the-loss-of-matty-wilkes/wcm/20e87ba0-726d-49e7-b598-f3cbfcd292ed?fbclid=IwAR00C24j5UMq-zlNnJznfgfCHXJNp_uWfMo7sFODuaLe6yJQ7oPnJonWz7k" rel="nofollow">MATTY'S COLUMN</a>
If not, this thug-like inexcusable behaviour will run rampant. Our fallen heroes will sadly be victims … again.
And that is just unacceptable and atrocious.
This Labour Day, six months into COVID-19’s clutches, looks, feels and is different from previous years for a myriad of reasons. The trio of days in the year’s ninth month reminds employees and employers of the achievements celebrated In the workforce. Since 1894 in Canada, September’s first Monday — a statutory holiday — is by and large shared with family members at home, or on the highway heading home after the summer’s last trip to the lake. COVID-19 has snuffed out countless jobs. Daily commutes have changed: a slow stroll downstairs in, perhaps, a comfortable pair of sweatpants has replaced driving in congested traffic, not once, but twice a day. Accepting a new way of doing anything is a challenge for all. Understanding and having a knowledge of why something is happening can somewhat soften a blow. Hard scientific data, which we have with COVD-19, also bolsters the acceptance levels. Still — and, most fundamentally — accepting something is an individual and highly personal decision. In a sad and disgusting turn of events, only .. FULL COLUMN
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