From the vomit comet to a family learning to communicate with their autistic child through Disney movies, you’ll want to read these five feel-good stories:
Making a difference
“I just enjoyed reading to the kids.”
The English Montreal School Board celebrated the volunteers that make a difference in their community with an award ceremony.
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The big leagues
“I was pretty much expecting another rejection.”
Sha’teiohserí:io Patton, a young woman from Kahnawake finishing her studies at John Abbott College, will soon be heading to Stanford University.
“It’s a way to pay homage and to show that we are thinking of the families.”
Quebec politicians wore their jerseys in the National Assembly to honour those who died in the Humboldt bus crash.
The vomit comet
“How many times did you throw up?”
Replicating Mars’ gravity – which is a third of the Earth’s – is a difficult feat, but Concordia University researcher Krzysztof Skonieczny and his team were able to do it for just a moment.
“The way that it’s done is so real and so true and it speaks to so many families.”
‘Life, Animated’ is an Oscar-nominated film about the life of a family that learned how to communicate with their son, who has autism, through Disney movies.