Windsor Morning | Nov 26, 2012 | 8:47

Windsor Man Wins Ontario Newcomer Champion Award

A Windsor man who helps others overcome cultural barriers every day is being recognized by the province. We spoke with Beyene Haile, a counsellor at the YMCA. He runs a support group for immigrant men.

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