100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - August 28, 2019
Andrew Mizzoni is a childhood cancer survivor and philanthropist who has raised over half a million dollars for pediatric cancer research. Diagnosed with cancer when he was only nine years old, Andrew Mizzoni overcame the illness twice. He bravely accepted his treatments, surgeries, and the loss of his left eye with wisdom and maturity beyond his years. Andrew's story has not gone unnoticed: his story has been published in various publications across North America. He has received many awards and honours for his courage and fundraising efforts, including being named the Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year, Today’s Parent magazine’s Our Heroes winner, Agent of Change recipient and the recipient of the Next Generation award by the Canadian Italian Business and Professionals Association. Today Andrew has a successful real estate business and continues to inspire people with his positive energy. Andrew shares a unique perspective about how something some people may consider as meant for his harm was actually meant for his good, and how his faith in Jesus helps him each day to live a joyful and full life. www.andrewmizzoni.com
Crystal Lavallee serves as Associate Producer - First Peoples Voices for 100 Huntley Street
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100 Huntley Street - August 27, 2019
Wendy always had a desire to write, but it wasn’t until her five children were raised, that she found time to quietly sit at her computer. During the years of raising her children and into their college and university days, Wendy would often feel what she calls a “God nudge” to writ...
100 Huntley Street - August 26, 2019
We inhabit a world of Disquieted Souls, living lives of restless discontent. They are the souls who over-analyze, over-worry, over-perform, and over-protect. They are the souls running as fast as they can, trying to escape their own unhappiness. Perfectionistic extremes and addictive t...
100 Huntley Street - August 23, 2019