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    A year of horrible loss for Canada

    The beginning of the year started with a plane shot down containing mostly Canadians. The pandemic . And then the biggest massacre in our history last week. Last night we lost 6 RCAF and Navy members off Greece to a training accident.

    The country is just numb and grieving.

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    I'm sorry Seraphim. I love Canada. Hate to see these recent events happening.

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    Originally Posted by Lambert
    I'm sorry Seraphim. I love Canada. Hate to see these recent events happening.
    Thank you ❤️

    We are a nation at grief right now.

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    Originally Posted by ~Seraphim ~
    The beginning of the year started with a plane shot down containing mostly Canadians. The pandemic . And then the biggest massacre in our history last week. Last night we lost 6 RCAF and Navy members off Greece to a training accident.

    The country is just numb and grieving.
    Oh my gosh with all going on I had forgotten about the plane being shot down at the beginning of this year :(

    So much tragedy in such a short amount of time... it's hard to process it all.

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    Originally Posted by maew
    Oh my gosh with all going on I had forgotten about the plane being shot down at the beginning of this year :(

    So much tragedy in such a short amount of time... it's hard to process it all.
    It has been a horrible year. 😓

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    And there are the horrible 1 in a century floods in Fort Mac on the heals of the not so distant fires.

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    That leaves us next with the big one on the west coast.

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    This is so saddening to me. I'm Canadian, but have lived abroad in Italy for a few years. Experiencing the devastating pandemic in isolation here has been tough; watching the tragedies unfold back home has also been hard, especially knowing I can't get home any time soon and see my loved ones.

    2020 has been a ride. Hoping both my homeland and my adopted homeland are on the path to brighter times ahead.

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    Originally Posted by MissCanuck
    This is so saddening to me. I'm Canadian, but have lived abroad in Italy for a few years. Experiencing the devastating pandemic in isolation here has been tough; watching the tragedies unfold back home has also been hard, especially knowing I can't get home any time soon and see my loved ones.

    2020 has been a ride. Hoping both my homeland and my adopted homeland are on the path to brighter times ahead.
    As a military spouse I am just sick to my stomach.


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