The idea that the terrorist attack on America was an attack on us as a whole should never be forgotten. If the world does not prepare for this confrontation, then it will be the beginning of the end of a world where decent people can live decent lives (“Americas ready.
On Sept. 25, in the wake of the recent tragedy, more than 60 skilled tradesmen from Ontario and Alberta responded to New York City’s early call for volunteers. A group including welders, steamfitters and general contractors met in Toronto, boarded two donated Greyhound buses and made their way to Ground Zero—followed closely by a Canadian-owned dump truck and a tractor-trailer with a flatbed carrying a toploader.
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