Monthly Archives: June 2019

Deb Burnight’s Story: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

By her brother Rick Morain   When Bob Ray died back in July at the age of 89, I wrote about his successful 14-year stint as a popular governor of Iowa. The column mentioned Ray’s salvation of thousands of Hmong refugees … Continue reading

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David Burman’s Story: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

As you know I have been involved with Indigenous world view and regeneration for a long time, and as the situation becomes more dire, my focus has also sharpened.  I have come to the conclusion that the present manifestation of … Continue reading

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Catherine Rockandel’s Stories: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

I facilitate community dialogues on homelessness and supportive housing. These are often emotionally charged meetings as a good percentage of neighbours assume that most homeless are drug addicted people they see pushing shopping carts. This is such a small percentage … Continue reading

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Dave Strong’s Story: Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference

Picture This….. When I started to think about ordinary people who are making a difference in people’s lives my first thought went to a group that I volunteer with as a facilitator.  But my story is not about me or … Continue reading

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