More Canadians than ever before are working past the traditional retirement age of 65, either because they want to or they have to.
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Even after Marc Jolicoeur became a successful lawyer and community leader, it’s clear he never forgot where he came from nor the people he met along the way.
McInnes founded the Ottawa Community Foundation with her father, Alastair Gamble, in 1987, and took over the leadership from him in 1991, overseeing its growth to more than $100 million in assets.
A year into the pandemic, social services are still under strain as many of their clients continue to struggle through the pandemic.
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