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Campaign to End Homelessness

26.pngNearly all of the 26 people left homeless by a fire at the Issac's Way restaurant in Fredericton have been re-homed. But people who rallied to help want to make sure that there's not another crisis around the corner. They have a video called Next 26 Fredericton and they're looking to crowdfunding to raise money for safe, affordable housing. Tim Ross of the Community Action Group on Homelessness explains. (Click here to help)

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