Heather Hill, board member with Bike Action in July at a festival in Campbellford, Ontario. Hill says the Campbellford/ Seymour Community Foundation’s decision to suspend granting came as a “shock and a disappointment.” (Courtesy: Heather Hill)
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In late October, community organizations in Campbellford, Ontario, got some bad news.
In an email, the town’s local community foundation, the Campbellford/ Seymour Community Foundation, which operates on the traditional
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