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Hurricane Irma Relief

Hurricane Irma Relief

“A storm like this is not one big disaster, but a thousand small private tragedies affecting one person or one family at a time.” This is the stark reality of a storm the size of Hurricane Irma, as expressed by one of CCI’s partners in Northwestern Haiti. Though it was expected to be much worse, the […]

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NOT ALL CHILDREN WILL BE GOING BACK TO SCHOOL…

NOT ALL CHILDREN WILL BE GOING BACK TO SCHOOL…

For children all across Canada, the past few weeks of summer have been busy! Getting ready for school brings many ‘stressful’ yet fun decisions for them and their parents – what to wear, what colour binders to buy, worries about homework and teachers, and so on. These decisions are often taken for granted as school is such a staple in the lives of children in […]

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Understanding Haiti

Understanding Haiti

June 27, 2017 – Haiti is the poorest of the poor. Hit by a severe drought in 2014 after two years of extremely poor harvests, the Northwest communities of Haiti are considered to be among the poorest, most at risk parts of Haiti. Considering that the World Food Program estimates that ¾ of Haiti’s population […]

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Meet CCI’s 2017 Interns

Meet CCI’s 2017 Interns

Hi! I’m Ben, one of CCI’s summer interns. Each year, CCI works with university students who are looking to up their professional experience and learn the behind the scenes of a non profit.  I’m currently a student at Trinity Western University, and the other intern is Christina, who is a student at the University of […]

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Mission of Grace

Mission of Grace

When a mudslide took many lives in the village of Carries, Haiti – about 60 KM Northwest of Port-Au-Prince – in 2009, Linotte and Jean Joseph opened up their home and hearts with love and compassion and welcomed a hundred people to be fed bowls of spaghetti. When Linotte asked God how best she could […]

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