On a crisp and sunny morning in January, the regulars are flocking to Lorna’s café in Lloydminster, a city of 17,800 straddling the Alberta-Saskatchewan border. They are gathering for that Prairie ritual, the so-called coffee row, to debate hockey and politics and the fate of the world.By MARY NEMETH20 min
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