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Monday, September 9, 2013
September Good News Toronto Newsletter
has been a few months since we last communicated with you. We hope you
had a wonderful summer doing all the things you love to do when the sun
is shining and the weather is warm.
We also hope you have been visiting our site to keep up on all the good news brought to you through our inspiring heroes.Our
awesome Torontonians have gifted us with a wide variety of creative
community endeavours, all of which make our world a better place. They
show us how to follow our hearts and just do it.
In case you did not have an opportunity to read about these wonderful individuals, we offer you a sample here. Join us on www.goodnewstoronto.cato explore all the good news.
Craftism at its best
Diana Brugos has taken her passion for
crafts to the next level, and her generosity is making a global
contribution to children who have survived conflict or natural
disasters. Read the full article here . . .
Eco-blogger passionate for action
Hannah Alper finds inspiration anywhere, but whether she writes about
going swimming or her latest eco projects, she says everything involves
Ni has always loved animals. He started photographing shelter dogs
because he felt the photos on the adoption page were not showing off
the dogs well enough, often blurry, distorted or shot in bad lighting.
Now that you have had a taste, please visit our website to
enjoy more stories. We would appreciate any feedback you may have about
our newsletter or stories. Did you enjoy it? Did you you find it helpful
to reconnect with our stories? Please comment, submit your stories and
spread good news by sharing this newsletter.
Who do we listen to when it comes to our health? Dr. Zahra Bardai helps us decipher the new preventative health care plan.
Spoken-word entertainer and passionate public speaker.
Creator of the Forgiveness Project,
a book compiling stories from Toronto youth.
A Toronto Street Health nurse who supports her clients through social media.
Francis Atta One of Canada's Top 25 Immigrants Award winner.
We are so proud of
Good News Toronto's Smile Cards. They are a tangible way to demonstrate what we believe is at the heart of Torontonians. It's
simple. Bring a bit of kindness to an unsuspecting soul and leave this
card behind to encourage the recipient to do the same. We are showering
Toronto with smiles.