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Maurice has been partially blind for 10 years now. He was originally from Keeseekoowenin First Nation Elephant Stone Manitoba and moved to Winnipeg in 2014. A hard working person, he had worked as heavy equipment operator – gravel, tractors, farm machinery - carpentry and constructions in the reserve, water work doing pipeline installation to name some. Maurice is happily looking forward to getting married next year. His daughter and 2 grandchildren put a smile on his face whenever he remembers them. A few of his favorite holiday memories was when he worked as a gunsmith and when he worked as a sewing machine operator for leather jacks. Given the opportunity, he would like to give money to residential survivor whom he calls his brothers and sisters.

Wish List
  • Comforter, double

  • Pots

  • Cutlery and dishes

Siloam Mission - Transition Services
Winnipeg, Manitoba

The transition services program helps guests move forward in their lives through goal setting, weekly meetings, support and accountability. Coupled with a circle of care – a team of people made up of staff and volunteers that encourages each participant on a weekly basis – the program is designed to provide supports so that people can regain their confidence and take positive steps knowing that a “family” is backing them up all the way.

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