months building: I help myself to make a house, because I want a better sleep every night, Par told CTV Winnipeg, according to CTV. See more stories showcasing the Canadian spirit in our True North Tales newsletter Using wood from pallets donated by local businesses, Par put his carpentry skills to use building the makeshift home. Tired of spending cold winter nights under a bridge near a shallow, Par spent the last two months building a place he could call home. He purchased nails and shingles using money earned returning shopping carts at the local grocery store. After losing his job in 2014, he became homeless and has been living on the streets since. Par immigrated to Winnipeg from the Philippines in 2010. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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