Shining a light on youth homelessness

Posted on Friday February 20, 2015

SUDBURY – George Stephen spent 20 years living on the streets of Northern Ontario.

The Aboriginal man’s journey in and out of homelessness is chronicled in the documentary film A Will to Live, which will be screened at Cambrian College on February 24.

Cambrian’s Wabnode Centre for Aboriginal Services invites students and members of the public to attend the screening. A panel of homeless experts and frontline workers, as well as George Stephen, will participate in a question and answer period after the screening.

Refreshments will be provided.

The panel includes:

  • Olivia Parry – homelessness and housing support worker, N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre
  • George Stephen
  • Anna Harbulik – Sudbury Coalition Against Poverty (S-CAP)
  • Paul Scheer – Cecil Facer Youth Centre
  • Josh Wong – volunteer, collects and donates clothing for homeless people

When: Tuesday, February 24, 1:30 to 3 p.m.
Where: Student Centre, Cambrian College’s Barrydowne campus

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Media contacts:

Laura Stricker
Marketing Assistant
705-566-8101, ext. 6813
laura.stricker@cambrianinternational.ca

Ryan Linklater-Wong
Aboriginal Engagement Officer, Wabnode Centre for Aboriginal Services
705-566-8101, ext. 6814
ryan.linklaterwong@cambrianinternational.ca

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