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Mansion made to serve youths

Sandy Staples, Senior Youth Care Practitioner, with Paul Johnston, recently retired as Macdonald Youth Services (MYS) Director of Client Services, in one of the bedrooms of the MYS Youth Resource Centre and Emergency Shelter located at 159 Mayfair Ave.

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