In her column this morning, Mayor Sheryl Mai writes about how to foster a "care-mongering" community from within our isolation bubbles.
"Neighbours are checking in on neighbours (via phone, email, online or over the fence), and phone trees are being set up to keep everyone safe. It’s a beautiful thing, and it’s a shared experience we will never forget. We are resourceful, kind, practical, caring and supportive."
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a drought long predicted but unprepared for
an aged mayor elected by an outdated voting system
a local council bureaucracy overpaid and uninspiring
Hillary Clinton assures us "it takes a village"
but how do we awaken the sleeping masses of the Far North?
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