Random Acts of Kindness
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On exiting my local M&M store, I found my car locked and running with my keys inside and my roadside assistance info with the keys.
M&M manager Eric Hogue put my food back in the freezer and proceeded to try any method he could think of to get into my car. Meanwhile, I tried to contact neighbours to no avail.
Finally with the help of another gentleman, Eric managed to get into my car.
Kudos to the young lady assistant who very capably looked after the customers in Eric’s absence.
Friendly Manitoba, absolutely.
Thanks Eric, his assistant and the other gentleman. You’re the best!
— Audrey Bergman
My daughter and I took my granddaughter to the Westwood Sals for breakfast some time ago.
My granddaughter Hailey, spied the claw machine full of stuffed animals and of course wanted one. We explained to her that it’s not always that easy to win.
While we were eating, we watched a man at the machine trying to win a stuffed animal. He must have put about $20 into that machine before he finally won a cute little bear.
He promptly turned around, walked over to our table and without saying a word, handed the bear to Hailey.
My daughter and I were so touched at what he did, it brought tears to our eyes and after many thanks from us and a huge smile from Hailey, he turned and left the restaurant.
I guess seeing a little girl happy was all the thanks he needed. I will never forget his kind gesture in making a little girl’s day.
— Dianne Watson
My wife and I were at Health Sciences Centre and parked the car in the William Street parkade. We were in HSC just under an hour and I got a wee bit upset when the machine told me I owed $8.
Eight dollars, for about 50 minutes of parking? Hardly a fair price.
There were two other people at the machine, a woman and a man. The woman slipped her credit card into the machine to pay for my parking and refused to take my money.
It gives you an idea the sort of people who live in this city: truly the best.
The people who run these parking lots? They should be run out of town.
— R. Warden
06/10/2013 2:00 AM
Having just spent four days and three nights at the Concordia Hospital having a hip replacement, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to all the staff, therapists and nurses and orderlies.
Everyone was kind and humourous, and I feel privileged to have access to such great care.
— Joe Darlington
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