• Family

    Posted January 28, 2019
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    Written by Melissa
  • Body and Mind

    Posted January 28, 2019
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    Written by Melissa
  • Postcards

    Posted January 28, 2019
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    Written by Melissa
  • À La Mode

    Posted January 28, 2019
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    Written by Melissa
  • Daily Lift

    Posted January 28, 2019
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    Written by Melissa

    Breaking news stories of people breaking boundaries and changing the world for the better

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  • Man Spreads Messages of Hope Across His City

    Posted January 24, 2019
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    Written by Melissa

    “Hey you, don’t give up,” reads one sign pasted to a bridge in Peterborough, Ontario. It’s a message that Andrew Nelson could have used three years ago when he tried to commit suicide after what he calls a very rough patch in his life. His friends intervened and saved him and he’s been trying to […]

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  • Business Owner Vows to Hire Refugees at All of His Restaurants

    Posted January 24, 2019
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    Written by Melissa

    “We help, we hire all Canadians regardless of where they come from.” Reaching out has resulted in reaching new heights for Paramount Fine Foods CEO, Mohammad Fakih. In 2016, his Middle Eastern restaurant chain had 1,200 job openings across 36 Canadian locations. That also was the year when the first wave of Syrian refugees began […]

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  • In Frigid Temperatures, Montreal Converts Former Hospital Into Pet-Friendly Homeless Shelter

    Posted January 24, 2019
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    Written by Melissa

    It was once the historic Royal Victoria Hospital but it’s new name is Welcome Hall Mission and indeed, men, women, trans people and their pets are all welcome to stay to find some respite from the cold. Montreal’s newest emergency shelter is an experiment in a joint effort between numerous governmental and community groups. It […]

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  • Nepal Tiger Census Shows Wild Tiger Population Has Doubled

    Posted January 24, 2019
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    Written by Melissa

    Nepal’s wild tigers are clawing their way back from near extinction, doubling their numbers in the last decade, according the country’s latest census. In 2009, 121 adult cats roamed Nepal’s lowlands. Today, that number sits at 235. “It was very exciting when we checked the (memory) cards and found photos of tigers,” Chauhan Kumar Chaudhary […]

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