Charlie Comrie stands outside his new home in Plate Cove West, a rural community in Newfoundland. The Second World War vet moved there in December 2021 from southern Ontario. (Melissa Tobin/CBC)
Charlie Comrie knows his story is unusual, and that some may think he’s lost his senses.
But for Comrie, a 96-year-old veteran of the Second World War, it all made sense when he sold his house in Clinton, Ont., last December to move 3,000 kilometres east to a rural town on the island of Newfoundland.
Comrie now lives in Plate Cove West, a village of about 800 people, all who have welcomed him and
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