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Nobel Peace Prize winner returns to high school

Man answers questions about chemical weapons

Nobel Peace Prize winner Scott Cairns returned to his old high school on Nov. 27 to talk to current students about his job destroying chemical weapons with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The talk was part of John Taylor Collegiate’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

CINDY CHAN

Nobel Peace Prize winner Scott Cairns returned to his old high school on Nov. 27 to talk to current students about his job destroying chemical weapons with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The talk was part of John Taylor Collegiate’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

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