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Top 5 richest people in the world 2019 and their famous quotes

Top 5 richest people  in the world 2019 and their famous quotes

Top 5 richest people in the world 2019 and their famous quotes.
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In this video you can know about top 5 richest man in the world, their net worth, profession and their quotes.

#1 Jeff Bezos & family
#2 Bill Gates
#3 Warren Buffet
#4 Bernard Arnault & family
#5 Carlos Slim Helu & family
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No Hero Walks Alone: A Documentary of Veterans and their Service Dogs

No Hero Walks Alone: A Documentary of Veterans and their Service Dogs

Wolfhounds Legacy Corp. (WLC) is a non-profit organization determined to rescue dogs and train them as service animals for veterans with PTSD. It is their mission to save dogs and veterans, alike, to reduce the unnecessary loss of life to euthanized dogs and veteran suicides. WLC trains dogs for a minimum of 200 hours over an 8-month course training session to ensure they meet all criteria of an outstanding service companion. Dogs are trained specifically for the assistance of veterans with PTSD, however, can work to accommodate most needs for veterans.

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www.WolfhoundsLegacy.com

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Women veterans share their experiences through art

Women veterans share their diverse experiences in the “I am Not Invisible” exhibit.

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Volunteers help homeless veterans get back on their feet

Volunteers help homeless veterans get back on their feet

Burke & Burke is so proud to do our small part to help this much-needed organization, VETS Canada.

A couple of months ago, Sgt.-Maj. Jason Pickard noticed two homeless men sitting outside National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa. He stopped to talk to them and discovered both were former soldiers.

Pickard was shocked.

“There’s no need for them to be on the street and sitting right outside our NDHQ,” he said.

The plight of those veterans inspired Pickard to volunteer with Veteran Emergency Transition Services (http://vetscanada.org/), or VETS, a national organization that recently set up a chapter in Ottawa. More than 30 volunteers have signed on to help.

Retired lieutenant-general Walter Semianiw, the former commander of Canadian Forces in Afghanistan, helped start the the Ottawa chapter of VETS late last fall.

He said the organization’s primary goal is to get former soldiers off the street and into temporary, emergency housing, usually an extended-stay hotel.

The organization provides the former soldiers with food, warm coats and boots. Then volunteers focus on finding the veterans permanent housing and steady employment.

Rock bottom
CBC spoke with one of the former soldiers helped by VETS in Ottawa.

The man, who did not want to be named, said after his marriage failed and he ran into financial difficulties, and that he was living at the Salvation Army’s downtown hostel.

He said he had hit “rock bottom” when volunteers from the organization approached him and offered to help get him off the street.

“I was a little skeptical at first,” he said, adding that he decided accept their offer to help him find a rent-free apartment.

“I walked in the door, and broke down and cried,” the former veteran said.

The man now has a job building homes for a local contractor, and is saving up money for his own apartment.

Some facing PTSD, addictions
Semianiw said some veterans suffer from more complicated issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder and drug and alcohol addictions, so it may take longer to convince some of them to get off the street.

He said even if a veteran refuses free housing, VETS will still provide peer support and counselling.

The group receives funding from Veterans Affairs and private donations.

VETS has so far helped 10 former soldiers in Ottawa, and volunteers said that as long as there are veterans facing life on the street, they’ll be there to offer a helping hand.

Source: cbc.ca/news/
http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/ottawa/homeless-veterans-ottawa-helping-hand-1.3480939

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These veterans have been married for 71 years. This is their love story.

These veterans have been married for 71 years. This is their love story.

Bernice and Eddie Graf’s seven-decade romance began overseas in the army, where Eddie was a musician in an Army Show, and Bernice was a dancer in another.

They had only known each other a few months before marrying in England on New Year’s Day of 1946.

Read their full love story at sunnybrook.ca/lovestory