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Mainstreet on the Map - Brianna Gill

On more recentBrianna Gill3.jpg Remembrance Days we've been hearing from many of the new Korean immigrants to PEI, and some of them seem to feel a very real, very direct connection to Canadians who served in the Korean War. And for people who just moved here, Remembrance Day seems a very solemn occasion for them. Of course we can thank the PNP in large part for this growing relationship between Korea and PEI, but there are Islanders who are working on this the other way around. Brianna Gill of Stratford arrived in South Korea a couple months ago, she's there teaching English and we reached her on Skype earlier today for our segment Mainstreet on the Map.

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