The joys and benefits of working together 

Dr. Martin Nweeia and Pamela Peeters of Sharon were invited to speak in Canada about the joys of collaborative work at an event celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday and its long partnership with the United States. The Sharon couple have worked and traveled together, as they did on this recent trip to visit the Inuits on Baffin Island in Canada. Photo submitted

SHARON — What do narwhals, Inuits, dentistry, eco heroes, sustainable expeditions and Canada’s 150th birthday have in common? What ties all those disparate threads together is husband-and-wife team Dr. Martin Nweeia and Pamela Peeters. The Sharon residents were invited to represent the United States at the American embassy in Ottawa in a series of talks centered on collaboration between the countries in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Canada. 

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