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Stories of Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference: Ashleigh Norment’s Story

This is one of many stories from a wide variety of sources and a multitude of forms contributed by people upon request for my 70th birthday.   They will be posted without editing, with the attribution that was with them.  I … Continue reading

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Stories of Ordinary People Making a Positive Difference: Alister Linton’s Story

This is one of many stories from a wide variety of sources and a multitude of forms contributed by people upon request for my 70th birthday.   They will be posted without editing, with the attribution that was with them.  I … Continue reading

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Ordinary People Making a Difference: sent in by Ann Epps

This is one of many stories from a wide variety of sources and a multitude of forms contributed by people upon request for my 70th birthday.   They will be posted without editing, with the attribution that was with them.   I … Continue reading

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Ordinary People Making a Difference: Zahra Arabzada’s Story

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Ordinary People Making a Difference: Abdel Hai Patel’s Stories

1 – In 1985, I submitted a one page report on some safety issues in apartments in Thorncliffe Park to the Mayor’s Committee of former Municipality of East York. The report was supported by 53 Division of Toronto Police. The … Continue reading

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Ordinary People Making a Difference: Ann Gloger’s Story

Ann is the director of a community organization called Storefront in the East End of Toronto. She told me this story on a subway train just before Christmas – this is how I remember it. One group of people in … Continue reading

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Ordinary People Making a Difference: Inez Killam’s Story

Inez Killam’s Story The Child Advocacy Council in Camden County, Missouri, sponsors a program each year called “Christmas Is Sharing.”  The sign up for help averages over 350 families and over 900 children each year.  One of my favorite stories … Continue reading

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