Scrubbing Away Hate

For sure, the events in a small northern Canadian town on Fri., October 24 were different than those of the 1967 march to the Pentagon, when hippies and love children fought the war in Viet Nam by peacefully offering daisies and carnations to heavily armed soldiers. And yet what became known as Flower Power, the movement that used love as an antidote to violence, has been very much in evidence on the main street of Cold Lake, Alberta.