Former governor general David Johnston shared his stories, wisdom and insight with a crowd of about 150 people Tuesday at The Kindness of Strangers fundraiser for Refugee 613
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Refugee 613's Kindness of Strangers night shares exceptional stories of hope, compassion and inclusion
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