A family reunion that proves blood does run thicker than grasshoppers or hail
In mid-July, after a soaking rain, the thrusting grain waves green and strong across the flatlands 50 miles south of Regina. In the hall at Rouleau, the three-piece band wears white shoes, red satin shirts and black vests. The occasion is a meeting of the glue that keeps this country together, the glue being the concentric circles of family strengths that bind and stick.
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