Mayor Nenshi Pushes Hamiltonians To Make Extraordinary Changes In The Community


Foundation: Hamilton Community Foundation

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Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi, known for being vocal and prolific, encourages Hamiltonians to build an extraordinary community.

Nenshi spoke before the Scottish Rite chapel for the second Ambitious City event, goading his Hamilton audience to "use your everyday voices and your everyday hands to make extraordinary change. It's about building a community where we catch people when they stumble. Our neighbour's pain is our pain. Every single one of us has a stake in the success of each other."

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