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Is there a more mushy word in the English language?  Hospitality.   But, no - we aren't talking about Martha Stewart and which spoon to use for the dessert course.  (We haven't a clue....)

This week on Tapestry:  a more gritty brand of hospitality.  From the woman in Calgary who invites a homeless guy to come and stay ... to refugee homes in Winnipeg and Toronto.  We'll also be knocking on doors at a L'Arche community and at the Munk School of Global Affairs.  This hospitality idea has implications all over the world.

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mary-larche-daybreak.jpgAt L'Arche Daybreak you have Mary Hynes, core member David Harmon, and community leader Carl MacMillan.


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