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These stories about the people making positive impacts in our community are made possible through the continued support of Lougheed Funeral Homes as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Helpers: The history of Capreol lives in Eileen Thompson’s head

Helpers: The history of Capreol lives in Eileen Thompson’s head

Her love of Capreol’s rich history led to her involvement with volunteer efforts that eventually led to the birth of the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre
Helpers: Sudburian earns national award for her volunteer work

Helpers: Sudburian earns national award for her volunteer work

Sarah Bouchard works with Crohn’s and Colitis Canada to push for a cure for inflammatory bowel disease and help others living with the debilitating condition
Helpers: Volunteer with passion, says Joanne Bowers

Helpers: Volunteer with passion, says Joanne Bowers

‘Stand behind the things you believe in. Find what you love and direct your time and energies into a charity or organization that matches your passion’
Helpers: A photographer with an eye for giving back

Helpers: A photographer with an eye for giving back

Whether through Club Richelieu or his photography studio, Ron Gladu feels it’s a privilege to give back to his community
Helpers: Meet Sudbury ‘flower couple’ Linda and Wayne Hugli

Helpers: Meet Sudbury ‘flower couple’ Linda and Wayne Hugli

The passionate gardeners are mainstays of the Sudbury Horticultural Society
<updated>Helpers:</updated> For Denis Pilon, the NISA community is an extended family

Helpers: For Denis Pilon, the NISA community is an extended family

‘It’s an open door, a revolving door, and we won’t stop to find a resolution to whatever ails you’
Helpers: Tech-savvy Tim Querin’s volunteer efforts vital to NISA

Helpers: Tech-savvy Tim Querin’s volunteer efforts vital to NISA

NISA’s interactive Northern Computer Recycling Depot (NCRD) has helped the community adapt through technological times.
<updated>Helpers:</updated> Evelyn Dutrisac is volunteering dynamo

Helpers: Evelyn Dutrisac is volunteering dynamo

Retired city councillor still donates her time to numerous organizations
<updated>Helpers:</updated> For Branch 336 president Stuart O’Neil, volunteering is a full-time job (and he wouldn’t have it any other way)

Helpers: For Branch 336 president Stuart O’Neil, volunteering is a full-time job (and he wouldn’t have it any other way)

‘It’s a really good feeling to be doing something helpful for our veterans and our community'
Helpers: Veteran and Lockerby Legion volunteer Rick Smith is loving his retirement

Helpers: Veteran and Lockerby Legion volunteer Rick Smith is loving his retirement

‘Open your heart up to volunteering and help others in need’