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Date Added: 2002-11-17
Date Modified: 2012-10-24
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Senior Editor, MyTown
Senior Editor
E-Mail edward@mytown.ca
Work Phone (519) 993-1209
Fax (510) 821-8215
Street 40 Baker Street
City Guelph
Province/State Ontario
Postal/Zip Code N1H 4G1
Country Canada

Homepage http://www.mytown.ca


Edward is a firm believer in the capacity of the non-profit sector to create self-sustaining economies scaled to individual and community empowerment. As founding President of Matrix Affordable Homes and as the current President of Abbeyfield Houses Society of Guelph he works to implement a coherence of beliefs, words and actions on a local level: "when you have a life sentence you wrote for yourself why would you want parole?"

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