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Junior citizen does Guelph proud

When the regional branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association held a ground-breaking ceremony last month for its new head office on Waterloo Avenue, it invited two people to speak there as a way of breaking the stigma around accessing mental health services.
One of them was Sarah Jones, who now one of 12 select  Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Awards recipients. She deserves a lot of credit for her mental health awareness work.
And she does Guelph proud by being named one of an “amazing group of individuals whose leadership, ideas, creativity and generosity are fine examples of the outstanding youth of today,” in the words of the award judges.

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