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Gordon Thompson in Friends Journal
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My perception is that present discussion and advocacy among Friends concerning generating electricity has not matured into a robust discernment […]
Gordon Thompson attends Yonge Street Meeting in Newmarket, Ont. He is the manager for business development for a company that manufactures equipment that switches and controls electricity. He is also the current chair of Canadian Friends Historical Association.
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