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  • Freddie Mujica: When I go back over there, I enjoy every minute, every second that I'll be there in Cuba.

    Voiceover: This is Freddie Mujica, a Cuban-born musician who is one of five Latin Americans who comprise a circle of friends in rural Nova Scotia.

    Freddie Mujica: Those are my roots over there in Cuba. The only thing, believe me, that I don't like over there is just the government.

    Voiceover: His favourite thing about Wolfville, he says, is the sense of freedom, something he didn't really experience back home.

    Freddie Mujica: Whatever, like government is government, but we don't have any freedom over there. That's the only thing I don't like over there in Cuba.

    Voiceover: Does Freddie have a deep connection to Wolfville? Would that change now that Fidel Castro has died?

    Freddie Mujica: Cuba is an amazing country. Before friggin revolution, Castro, you know people call it revolution, that's, that's a nice friggin revolution anyway.

    To learn more about Freddie's journey, be sure to read my story, Wolfville: Mi Casa, Mi Amor:
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