Flags a way of say­ing thanks

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Robert­son Ave. and McDon­ald Street in his neigh­bour­hood.

Each yard gets a flag, placed there by St­ed­man. Each flag re­mains as a gift to each fam­ily from St­ed­man in cel­e­bra­tion of not only Canada, but much more.

When asked why he has con­tin­ued his Canada Day flag cel­e­bra­tion for so many years, his an­swer was how he sees things through his lens.

He ex­plained that it was his cel­e­bra­tion as well as the na­tions cel­e­bra­tion on the coun­try’s birthday.

“We have great neigh­bours and friends in our neigh­bour­hood, we have a great com­mu­nity here in Labrador West and a great coun­try,” he said. “It’s my way of say­ing thanks.”

This is an an­nual gift St­ed­man has been giv­ing to his neigh­bour­hood for all of these years with many folks who re­ceive a flag from St­ed­man never know­ing who does this.

Well St­ed­man, the jig is up, the folks from the com­mu­nity will know now. Thanks for qui­etly play­ing such an im­por­tant role in mak­ing us all be proud Cana­di­ans.

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