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Campaign to end youth homelessness enters East Algoma

The Canadian pushing a shopping cart across Canada to draw attention to youth homelessness is now in East Algoma.  Joe Roberts, a former homeless man who turned himself into an entrepreneur, is in Blind River on Wednesday.  He`ll visit W.C. Eaket Secondary School over the noon hour and then he`s at Jeunesse Nord talking to many elementary students from various schools.  He heads to Thessalon and Bruce Mines on Thursday for similar presentations to students.  Roberts calls his campaign the Push for Change and he`s walking nine thousand kilometres across Canada raising money to end youth homelessness.

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