Impact of Paul Dewar’s death will be felt far beyond the Hill
By Sheila CoppsFeb. 11, 2019
Paul Dewar was a national figure during his time in the House of Commons and he maintained that profile even in defeat.
Paul Dewar, pictured Jan. 2, 2019, in Ottawa after raising $200,000 for the non-profit organization he established for young people, Youth Action Now. 'My gratitude is endless. Thank you for rallying together to support Youth Action Now, and for believing in the power of young people. My family and I are speechless, and I am so grateful for our community filled with love, strength, and generosity.' Photograph courtesy of Facebook
OTTAWA—The impact of Paul Dewar’s death will be felt far beyond the confines of Parliament Hill.
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