By JOE SAWYER SECTION: CIRCLE NEWS; Pg. 21 LENGTH: 1045 words On Monday, The Canadian Press reported on the story of an elderly couple who had two children at home.
They have since left their home, and the couple’s three children have returned to their home in a rural area.
In the wake of the report, the two-year-old boy has been withdrawn from school, and he has not attended his own class.
The two- and three-year old are both now enrolled in a public school.
“I was shocked when I heard about it,” the woman’s son said.
The woman’s oldest son, who is also a police officer, said his father is “a very loving man” who has a lot to be proud of. “
That’s just the way things are in Canada, and you just don’t see that with the kids.”
The woman’s oldest son, who is also a police officer, said his father is “a very loving man” who has a lot to be proud of.
He said he has no plans to leave the home he shares with his family.
He is still a police sergeant and his father served with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for 20 years, before being demoted to the rank of corporal.
“The fact that my father has retired now and gone back to the family business, I just don�t see it as fair,” the son said, adding that the family will continue to live in the house he shares.
The parents’ three children are all attending the same school, but have had to move out of the house since they moved to another area of the community in June, the mother said.
She said they will still be allowed to attend school, as long as the two boys are in school.
But her son said the family is still planning to take their two youngest children to their local elementary school, which is located near their house.
They are currently living in a single room apartment in a two-bedroom house on the edge of a town on the outskirts of Winnipeg, which has a population of about 30,000.
“They’re all still in the same class, but the two kids will be at a different school now,” the mother, who has asked not to be identified for fear of reprisal, said.
In an interview with CBC News, she said the two children have not yet received their Grade 8 reading material and are still adjusting to life as adults.
She also said the parents have been told that the school has offered to pay for the two younger children to attend their new school in another area.
The family is also trying to contact the school to see if they can stay in the town.