This former medic’s help makes people without homes tear up

This former medic's help makes people without homes tear up

CBC News published this video item, entitled “This former medic’s help makes people without homes tear up” – below is their description.

A former Canadian army medic provides services to people in homeless encampments through her non-profit organization, Harvest Hills Cares Calgary. Jennifer Rapuano-Kremenik offers many forms of assistance but it’s her approach that makes her stand out for some people.

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