Anand Ya Jivanacha Sugandha Pari Darwalawa Marathi Song MAXSPEED
. I am such a stubborn one like you”
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For us in the Pacific Northwest, the political tug of war between the U.S. and Canada has been huge over the years. The early years of the 50s and 60s saw it as an issue on the assembly line as workers did union organizing. For decades to follow, the lumber industry, which controlled the economy for many, worked towards stopping unionization. This tug of war stretched over decades of stagnation, in which the north-eastern parts of the U.S. were cut off from the rest of the country.
Now, more than 30 years later, with the whole of the Pacific Northwest, and other parts of the U.S. such as Pennsylvania and Ohio being connected to the rest of the North American continent, all politics are open. People of all political affiliations and none participate in Portland, Oregon.
As we have gotten older, some Vancouver-ites have expressed a “feeling” that this lack of involvement is reflective of a “broken society” or “lost culture”. While it is true that there is a great deal of political involvement in Vancouver, the feeling persists that we are somehow “not participating” because we don’t have the same experience of political engagement that some other places do.
This has led to an exaggerated sense of division in the city. Instead of seeing a problem that we can deal with