A story of hope and change, one of love and heartache.

A story that touches on so many emotions and places a smile on my face.

For me, it’s a story of love.

For my students, it was a story about hope.

And for our community, it is a story that will forever change our lives.

I’m so thankful to have the support of the City of Ottawa and to all the volunteers that are working tirelessly on this important project.

I want to tell you how much I appreciate the many volunteers that have helped me, both physically and emotionally, through this process.

It’s been an honor to be a part of the project, and I’m looking forward to the rest of my days at the University of Ottawa.

But I can’t tell you what I am most proud of.

The most important thing to me is that I have met so many wonderful people.

So many wonderful volunteers, and they have shown me a lot of love, as well.

So thank you.

I just want to thank you for all of the support you’ve given me.

Thank you.

As you can see, the project has taken a tremendous toll on our students and teachers.

The students are now working to find new ways to connect with one another, and the teachers are working to learn how to help students and students to learn.

It was an incredible experience to have a group of students work on this project and for our students to work together.

We learned a lot and a lot about how to be resilient and resilient and to help each other.

So I want everyone to know that this is something that I’m going to be proud of and that I am really thankful for.

We have a lot more work to do.

But it’s important that we all work together to continue to educate our children about the importance of family, about how important it is to have families, and how important that is.

And finally, thank you so much for taking time out of your day to work on a project that you know has a great impact on the lives of children and their families.

It truly means the world to me.

We need you to come back next year and we will be back to work with you again.

The project will continue through the spring, with an increased focus on helping students, teachers and staff connect.

Thank the volunteers for their incredible work.

Thank all of you.