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OPINION:

It’s in time of hardship that the fortitude of the human spirit really excels.

There are enough stories of goodwill and volunteerism emanating from the province to fill many newspapers. We know of worried expats hosting crowd-funding initiatives to donate to deserving charities in the province they once called home. We’ve seen locals across communities collecting groceries for those affected by the emptying out of grocery stores.

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