User talk:Eastsidehastings

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request for additions[edit]

I've seen you are interested in Canadian residential school system. Would you care to add a few sentences (or more!) to Human rights in Canada? I just started the latter, and it got swiftly slapped with a Template:COAT, i.e. someone telling me off for only really talking about Human flagpoles (which I've also just started, asked for help with here. Anyway, any contribution is welcome. And if you really ARE still on a wikibreak, apologies for disturbing you. BrainyBabe (talk) 17:59, 27 September 2008 (UTC)

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