Woodstock on ice: Lessons from the frozen north


Canada's truckers have shaken a traumatized world in a similar way. Canadians, confined for two years, are suddenly seizing their freedom to associate with one another. I heard one woman remark how she suddenly realized how beautiful people's faces are. In this moment, unlike Woodstock, the participants are adults who are comfortable enough to bring their kids to Ottawa to tell the world they are reclaiming their freedom. They also appear mostly sober and serious.

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