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October 17, 2013

Quebec's very problematic Charter proposal

By:Richard Landau

Qu├ębec is about to stray into the weeds and is going to be portrayed as intolerant. Read More
October 12, 2013

Listening to the Unlikely

By:John Stackhouse

I learn most of what I learn not by communicating my own thoughts, but by attending to someone else's. Read More
August 26, 2013

No - It's Not a Coup!

By:Ramy Botros

How can we talk with someone who kills, burns, and damages? Read More
August 1, 2013

High River Adolphe family - update!

By:Karla Adolphe

Everyone that is displaced is still reeling from the flood and loss of possessions. Read More
July 22, 2013

The Internship

By:Dale Reimer

Being that I'm from a small town, Toronto was a big change for me. The biggest lesson I learned about myself is where God is calling me to be in life. Read More
July 12, 2013

Digging out 7.5 ft of mud - 3 weeks since the flooding

By:Karla Adolphe

We were elated to be able to repair our home, but overwhelmed with the magnitude of the task and concerned about the future health of our family in the home (mould, toxic mud, contaminated yard, etc.) Read More
July 10, 2013

Stranded on the GO Train in the #TOFlood

By:Lorna Dueck

Our own Director of Development and Strategy, John Steadman, was one of the 1400 stranded on the Richmond Hill-bound GO train during Monday evening's flash flood in Toronto. Read More
July 5, 2013

Update from our High River Family

By:Lorna Dueck

Last night was one of the hardest nights of my whole life. He was just crying, "I just want to go home". Parenting a child through disaster - you can't fix it for him. Read More
June 24, 2013

"I'm Not Afraid of a Little Mud" - optimism and hope in Calgary

By:Ronaele Pound

Grace plans on accomplishing three things: helping with the cleanup, hunting down Mayor Nenshi and giving him a hug for all his fun-loving optimism, and meeting MOMO the cat. Read More
June 13, 2013

Legalized Prostitution the Safe Answer?

By:Shona Stewart

Do not sit idly by believing your voice doesn't matter. Read More