Imagine being embarrassed every time you ordered a pizza for delivery, filled out your address, or showed your driver’s licence. For a handful of residents who live on Swastika Trail, in Puslinch, 20 minutes southeast of Guelph, it happens all the time.
Last month, the street received international attention after local residents in favour of changing the street name contacted local press and human rights organizations. Nearly every major Canadian news outlet reported the story, and the Times of Israel referred to the residents as “embarrassed Canadian locals.”
Published on TVO Website, Dec 12, 2017 by Shannon McDermott
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