By Jennifer Greenberg
Sorry not sorry
Sorry. A simple word. Honest. Unpretentious. Kind. Forgiving. Sorry glides off the tongue; a knee-jerk reaction like sneezing or scratching an itch. Stripped down to its most basic form, sorry eludes judgment. In fact, it skates circles around it, even on the unpredictable Rideau Canal ice. In Canada’s prim and proper capital, sorry is carefree….
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