Sometimes People Do Nice Things

In June of 2015 Toronto opened its doors to Canadian Centre for Refugee and Immigrant Health Care.  This isn’t a private corporation, nor is it a government funded project, the Centre is the product of dedicated volunteers trying to open a health care facility to serve the uninsured and undocumented people living in Toronto without the means to access health care.  After 15 years in its old location, through the donations of time, money, and supplies, the clinic opened its new two-storey office doors in June at the Knox Presbyterian Church Agincourt.  Check out all that went into this project at the link below:

Clinic launched ‘where care matters more than a (health) card’