SOPAC NEWS

SOPAC AGM

September 20, 2019

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RIDING IN STYLE LIKE BEN BELLOWS

December 18, 2017

Philip Drover can now conveniently travel around and see homes in St. John’s decorated for Christmas.

He can visit relatives outside the city, including his aging mother, without it costing hundreds of dollars.

 

It’s all thanks to a heartwarming demonstration of generosity, one symbolic of the lasting legacy of a man who advocated for people injured in moose-vehicle collisions in Newfoundland and Labrador until his dying breath.

RIDING IN STYLE LIKE BEN BELLOWS

December 18, 2017

Philip Drover can now conveniently travel around and see homes in St. John’s decorated for Christmas.

He can visit relatives outside the city, including his aging mother, without it costing hundreds of dollars.

 

It’s all thanks to a heartwarming demonstration of generosity, one symbolic of the lasting legacy of a man who advocated for people injured in moose-vehicle collisions in Newfoundland and Labrador until his dying breath.

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