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During 9-11, when flights got diverted or grounded, Canada housed, fed, and sheltered over 33,000 passengers. Should the U.S. government recognize these efforts during 9-11 events?

During 9-11, when flights got diverted or grounded, Canada housed, fed, and sheltered over 33,000 passengers. Should the U.S. government recognize these efforts during 9-11 events?
  • Canada is very helpful

    We need to recgognize our neighbor to north's support for our nation and we must support them in return. They never started any wars with us, and that's more than many other countries can say about our selve's and vice-versa. If Canada supported and sheltered our citizens during 9/11, then we must thank them and pay them back

  • The U.S. government should recognize Canada's 9-11 aid to stranded passengers

    It is time to expand the remembrance ceremonies for 9-11 to include a wider range of those who helped during the crisis. Canada’s help to over 33,000 stranded passengers, providing shelter and food while airlines were grounded across the United States was a large contribution. It showed solidarity with the United States and generosity in a crisis.

  • It's always good to be thankful

    When a neighbor gives you a present, it's good to write a thank you note. The neighbor should know that you appreciate their efforts, so they'll help you next time. It's the same way with the United States and Canada. The United States should express appreciation for what Canada did in a time of crisis.

  • Yes, they should.

    More credit should be given to our neighbors to the north, who often treat the stranded citizens and illegal immigrants they recieve with more care and commpassion than the United States does. We should remember that we are not one nation against all, but one nation amongst many people around the globe.

  • Any support should be acknowledged.

    Housing, shelter and food for thousands of people took effort and monetary resource and most importantly a heartfelt kindness that should be acknowledged. In times of tragedy, different people and entities help in different ways and they should all be respected and appreciated for their efforts. Canada deserves recognition for standing by its neighbor.

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