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The pandemic has been hard on many non-profits, but it hit Brampton-based Family Education Centre like a tidal wave.
Newly stuck at home with their kids during lockdown, parents reached out to the family support non-profit for help. “Our phones were ringing off the hooks. Our parent text line was blowing up,” says Lynn Hand, Family Education Centre’s (FEC) executive director, of the early days of the pandemic. “Paren
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