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One of the cliches you hear when you are young and fully understand only when you are older is, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.”
I recently returned to my hometown in Ontario, Canada. You know, the land of the loonie, toonie and “eh.”
I haven’t lived there since 1979, but aside from a few new buildings, a few torn down ones and everything in the metric system — you buy gas there by the liter, not the gallon; it was $1.31.9 a liter when I left, about $4.52 a gallon — not much has changed.
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