Plus, the world’s most stolen artwork, the top Canadian songs ever, Myla Goldberg’s mean girl, Oka behind the scenes and the inspiring pigheadedness of Roald DahlBy LUIZA CH. SAVAGE, Brian Bethune, KATE FILLION, MIKE DOHERTY, MARTIN PATRIQUIN, MICHAEL BARCLAY9 min
That victim Laurie Massicotte feels that she forgives her attacker is no surprise (“Surviving Colonel Williams,” National, Oct. 11). Forgiveness is an essential part of healing, especially among those who have suffered trauma at the hands of others.
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