Remembering Paul Dewar: the man, the mentor, the friend
By Tim PowersFeb. 13, 2019
The late NDP MP was a fundamentally humble man who sought to make a difference, not further the family name.
Paul Dewar likely made a great teacher, writes Tim Powers, whose classroom probably had a bright, welcoming space. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Paul Dewar is getting the praise in death I hope he was aware existed for him when he was with us. He really was a genuinely good guy, and Lord knows the world of politics needs more of them, not less.
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