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I met Mo in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Mo had a place, but her kidney’s failed, and after a hospital stay she was evicted from her apartment.

Mo tells the real story about life on the streets in Canada.

Mo’s three wishes, a place a place a place. I can only pray that soon Mo will be living inside in a place of her own. Together, we can effect real, positive change and make people’s wishes come true.


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