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Glen and Jamie Present #BDE2015

On Tuesday, July 21, our favorite hosts and ambassadors, Glen and Jamie, presented the third annual Best Dinner Ever! This time around Chef Lynn Crawford and Chef Lora Kirk opened the doors to their renowned restaurant Ruby Watchco! It was

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From Mentored to Mentor, the Growth of Charlie

Growing up with a single mom with English as his second language, school was a struggle for Charlie. With a busy mother trying to keep the family afloat with limited English, Charlie found himself slipping behind in school. He was

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Growing Up Tough, Peer Project Mentor Mick Pays it Forward

Emigrating from Jamaica at age four to Toronto and landing in the Jane and Finch area (and then Mimico), Mick didn’t really know he grew up in neighbourhoods that were known as rougher areas.

“You realize after you are older

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Peer Mentoring Helps Stop Youth Violence

Stopping youth violence starts before a kid decides to pick up a gun. Through early intervention into the lives of at-risk and newcomer kids, a peer mentor
can help steer kids away from making the wrong decisions.

“As a community

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Bowlers Are Striking People – Peer Project Bowling Bonanza

We Love the Sound of Strikes

What to do on a Sunday when it’s -20C outside? Hit the lanes with The Peer Project, and strike some pins down, obviously.

Sunday bowling has been a Peer Project favourite for a little

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