18 — 01
18 — 01

“I hope to have him walking” — my dad, Harold, from 1966 (UpTait 7:15 p.m. with a powerful quote)

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My friend,

I you can share 28 minutes this weekend, you might enjoy this: 100 For Cameron, a CBC production from 1966. It changed my life. And, it shows what amazing parents I had, and how they engaged our neighborhood to help.

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