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He was hooked on medicine and moved to Montreal to take his personal life — however as a substitute, discovered a approach to give again to the neighborhood.

Here are 5 tales assured to make you smile this week:

Lakeshore in luck

An exterior view of the Lakeshore General Hospital in Pointe-Claire, Thursday, May 5, 2016.

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“The needs are great and our means are not unlimited.”

Lakeshore General Hospital, positioned within the metropolis of Pointe-Claire in Montreal’s West Island, is getting a brand new emergency room.

READ THE STORY: Lakeshore General Hospital getting new ER

A second likelihood






“I completely destroyed my NFL career because of drugs and I was just totally out of control.”

Former NFL offensive lineman Alvin Powell says after being hooked on medicine, he’s grateful for his second likelihood at life.

READ THE STORY: #GreatMTLer Former NFLer Alvin Powell will get a second likelihood

Generous donation





“It allowed me to take a break from the constant stress and it was such a relief, such a relief.”

The West Island Community Shares celebrated 20 years of serving to out the neighborhood by giving out $1.three million in donations to the organizations they serve.

READ THE STORY: West Island Community Shares fingers out $1.three million in donations

Investigating alternate options





“You’re stuck and you wait and you wait and every day you wait, you get more and more anxious and it’s a panic situation.”

After Global News began investigating, a person dwelling within the Laurentians has an appointment on the MUHC, after being informed docs within the areas weren’t educated to carry out a minor non-surgical process.

READ THE STORY: Kidney most cancers affected person within the Laurentians wins combat for much less invasive therapy in Montreal

Habitat for humanity

“We are working on a plan to make it more accessible for families and this is part of it.”

Habitat for Humanity has already constructed seven houses within the space, however this venture is catered in direction of Indigenous households.

READ THE STORY: Housing for Indigenous households to be in-built Saint-Henri

rachel.lau@globalnews.ca

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