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Down The Coaltown Road

It is the summer of 1940. Mussolini has just thrown his support behind Hitler, bringing Italy into the war, and Prime Minister Mackenzie King has rendered a list of Italian-Canadians who can be classified as possible dissidents. Tomassio, one of a small Cape Breton town’s most hardworking miners, is among the Italian-Canadians rounded up for an internment camp in either New Brunswick or Ontario.

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