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History Lessons

by Michael Brooks ,
Everyone seems to jump on any parade float moving through society. What I don't understand is no one wants to learn from past misdeeds. Tearing down statues, or symbols of past or present misdeeds doesn't erase those misdeeds. We need to learn from mistakes from the past. All Canadian history, both good and bad should be part of the curriculum taught in schools. We should learn from the past, not tear it down. Place a new placard at the statue containing both the good and bad deeds of Canada's first Prime Minister.
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