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Remembering Tom Hogan

Tom.JPGTom Hogan  spent years panhandling on Elgin Street. He also struggled with alcohol addiction, which led him to the Managed Alcohol program at the Shepherds of Good Hope. But his friends also remember him as a brilliant artist. We looked back on the life of Tom Hogan with his good friend, Jo-Ann Oosterman.


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