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These stories about the people making positive impacts in our community are made possible through the continued support of Dietrich Law as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Local music store raises funds for music therapy program

Local music store raises funds for music therapy program

Long and McQuade helps provide the program through the social service organization Lutherwood
Cambridge student wins Vimy Ridge Pilgrimage Award

Cambridge student wins Vimy Ridge Pilgrimage Award

Melody Schmidt, a 17-year-old student at Glenview Park Secondary School, is off to Ottawa for a week after winning the prestigious national Vimy Ridge Pilgrimage Award
New CMH student bursary aims to expand diversity in health care

New CMH student bursary aims to expand diversity in health care

In this Helper feature we talk to third-year nursing student and CMH Staff Trust Diversity Bursary recipient Jody Ann Spencer about the triumphs and challenges of becoming a nurse
Let’s talk about it before it’s too late

Let’s talk about it before it’s too late

Shedding the stigma of depression and mental illness is a lifesaving responsibility we can’t afford to ignore, says suicide prevention event organizer
'Like a fever dream:' Sunshine Foundation helps Cambridge woman connect with favourite musicians

'Like a fever dream:' Sunshine Foundation helps Cambridge woman connect with favourite musicians

Faith Andrew makes dream connection with singer-songwriters Mary Lambert and Sara Bareilles
Mask Makers complete their mission with final donation to hospital

Mask Makers complete their mission with final donation to hospital

More than 1,000 volunteers sewed together 57,265 masks for Cambridge Memorial Hospital
Raising awareness in defence of turtles on Can-Amera Parkway

Raising awareness in defence of turtles on Can-Amera Parkway

Spurred by desire to help turtles cross the road, Kara Klypycz forms Cambridge Turtle Conservation Association
Cambridge radiologist marries her love of science and art with pandemic painting

Cambridge radiologist marries her love of science and art with pandemic painting

Titled Frontline, Kari Visscher's work is in the running for a $25,000 prize for the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation