Randy Guzar remembers being shocked when he saw the name of the street his then-girlfriend lived on two decades ago.
The private road in Puslinch Township in southern Ontario was called Swastika Trail, prompting Guzar to wonder why it hadn’t been changed.
“I remember vividly thinking, ‘Oh my goodness, you have to be kidding me,”’ he said. “I found that shocking and I found it disturbing.”
Guzar, who later became a resident of that street after marrying his girlfriend and moving into her home, said years of pushing for the name to be changed finally paid off when the township voted Wednesday to rename it.
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