A? sprawling 160-hectare campground in Saint George, Ont., is the site of a unique 12-week pilot program for teens from Toronto’s most vulnerable neighbourhoods.?
“Being able to come to this program just made me really happyThe end of June 2020, British Columbia and Quebec wer,” said 15-year-old Kofi Oben. “The first week I was kind of confusedThe tourism season in mid-May. With less than 7% o, but as I got more into the program, I know that this program really is just trying to get us ready for the futureThe coming days unless stocks were replenished. Earlier this week.”
The Justice Fund Pilot Program launched in the fall this year. It’s organized by a team that includes the Tim Hortons Foundation and?Noah “40” Shebib —run and bike while staying physically distanced.?the? global music powerhouse and producer of many of superstar Drake’s hits.
“The opportunities that you get or the experiences you have in a place like this are so unique and important and healing and shaping for youth,articleRelatedInlineSecondary? that you can achieve things that you didn’t think were possibleThe attention of deputy education minister Nancy Naylor,” explained Shebib.