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Volunteering knows no boundaries

Written By: Cam Tait
March 11, 2002

An introduction to virtual volunteering.

Making memories that will last a lifetime

Written By: Cam Tait
February 25, 2002

A profile of Lucille and Jean-Paul Beland, volunteers with the Team Canada Olympic media centre in Salt Lake City.

Finding reasons to believe in humanism

Written By: Cam Tait
February 18, 2002

Gaétan Caron, a volunteer with the United Way, discusses what he calls "humanism".

Learning to love unconditionally and serve with joy

Written By: Cam Tait
February 4, 2002

A profile of Shirley Nolan, a Manitoba resident who found her calling running a L'Arche home for people with developmental disabilities.

Delivering hot meals and a serving of inspiration

Written By: Cam Tait
January 21, 2002

A profile of Carmelita Thompson, a woman battling cancer who still finds time to volunteer.

Going the distance to help those in need

Written By: Cam Tait
January 14, 2002

A profile of Clarence DeYoung, a volunteer whose efforts have taken him around the world to work with children and organizations such as Sleeping Children Around the World.

Celebrating our community leaders, one story at a time

Written By: Cam Tait
January 7, 2002

Saying goodbye to the International Year of the Volunteer and asking for more of your volunteer stories.

How one small gesture can make a lifetime of difference

Written By: Cam Tait
December 17, 2001

A profile of Bobbi Montean and her daughter Leslie, who both volunteer with the Salvation Army's Christmas hamper program.

The vitality that comes with volunteering

Written By: Cam Tait
December 3, 2001

A profile of 93-year-old Meg Shaw, a volunteer with the Second Mile Club, a Toronto agency for seniors.

Celebrating victory the United Way

Written By: Cam Tait
November 26, 2001

As United Way campaigns across the country wind down, we pay a tribute to their volunteers.

Clubs with a conscience

Written By: Nicole Zummach
November 26, 2001

This article looks at some of the service clubs in Canada.

How knowledge can turn adversity into power

Written By: Cam Tait
November 5, 2001

A profile of Duncan McKinlay, a man with Tourette's Syndrome who is working to help others, especially children, suffering with this disorder.

The personal satisfaction that comes with volunteering

Written By: Cam Tait
October 29, 2001

An interview with Bob Barnes, board member with the Nova Scotia Division Board of the Canadian Red Cross.

Marching to the tune of her own fiddle

Written By: Cam Tait
October 22, 2001

An interview with fiddler Natalie MacMaster about her benefit concerts and charity work.

Making a big difference in little ways

Written By: Cam Tait
October 15, 2001

A profile of Tyson Mowat, a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters in Dawson Creek, BC.

The priceless gift of volunteering

Written By: Cam Tait
October 9, 2001

A profile of Toni Tuttle, a volunteer in Campbell River, BC who successfully started a telethon for her local hospital.

A quarter century of caring

Written By: Cam Tait
October 1, 2001

A profile of Sonia Koczekan, a woman who has volunteered with disabled riding programs for more than 25 years.

Thanks to volunteers a legacy lives on

Written By: Cam Tait
September 17, 2001

A profile of Pat Thompson, a volunteer who has participated in organizing a local Terry Fox Run in Alberta since 1981.

The difference one person can make

Written By: Cam Tait
September 10, 2001

A memorial to Dorothy Kissack, a volunteer who personally helped the author through a difficult childhood.

Youth volunteers: Looking to the future

Written By: Nicole Zummach
September 10, 2001

This article examines the growth of youth volunteering and what youth volunteers are looking for at the beginning of the 21st century.

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