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Peterborough mother-daughter glad to be home from Guam after North Korean threats

Peterborough mother-daughter glad to be home from Guam after North Korean threats
From Global News - August 11, 2017

Peggy Shaughnessy and her daughter Liz Shaughnessy-Rowe run Whitepath Consulting, companythat has developed programs to help communities deal with issues of addiction and violence. The two had been invited to the Pacific Ocean island of Guam by the Indigenous Chamorro people.

We were quite thrilled to go to the other side of the world to take our work there, Shaughnessy said.

Shaughnessy says they had started teaching their workshops when the presidents of North Korea and the United States began rattling their sabres, including a direct threat against Guam by North Korean PresidentKim Jong-Un. While it made the Canadians anxious, Shaughnessy says it was nothing new to the people of Guam.

While it made the Canadians anxious, Shaughnessy says it was nothing new to the people of Guam.

Threats of bombs [in] Guam goes on every day in their conversation because they are threatened by China, by Russia. Its a strategic position for the United States, Shaughnessy said.

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