Kenton De Jong spearheaded a project to create a monument at the cemetery remembering those who lost their lives to the Spanish Flu in 1918 20, and stands in the Regina Cemetery. TROY FLEECE / Regina Leader Post Photo by TROY FLEECE /Regina Leader Post That’s how de Jong happened upon a book providing a self guided tour of the cemetery, put together by the Regina Ethnic Pioneers. It was inside those pages he learned about the Spanish flu, which killed numerous Saskatchewan residents between 1918 and 1920.
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Unfortunately, because the game takes so long to boot up on mobile this isn an easy option. When I am playing hogger strategies I sometimes go for the game restart to buy me some extra time, but its no where close to as effective as it is on a computer. I have sometimes found that toggling my wifi on and off allows me to do the same thing without restarting (The game tries to reconnect when you switch from wifi to mobile data)..
Speaking as someone who lives in Georgia, a state which has proved itself to be as deeply divided as the rest of our nation, I have harbored anger against my fellow Americans for too long. I cannot count the number of times I have had to bite my tongue, and shake my head, as I squeeze by someone in my local Wal Mart who has chosen not to wear a mask. Often I would hear myself say “Damn Trumper!” In my head as I questioned where their common sense is..
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