Above and beyond, meet the 22 year old Winnipeg man who shared his community money award with the Bear Clan patrol - APTN NewsAPTN News

Above and beyond, meet the 22 year old Winnipeg man who shared his community money award with the Bear Clan patrol



John Murray
APTN National News

A Winnipeg man has a big reputation for having a big heart – and his latest act is helping prove his case.

Known around the community as a volunteer, Brandon Murdock who is originally from the Fisher River Cree Nation, he recently won the Shaw Communications Outstanding Canadian award for the work he does.

“With all my work that I been doing in the community. that’s doing basketball clinics for youths, just volunteering in my community, coming back to the program, I started volunteering at a program I graduated at, CEDA Pathways,” Murdock told APTN. “And I became a full-time employee there where I am an academic facilitator and I help kids graduate high school from grades nine to twelve in the north end.”

jmurray@aptn.ca

 

 

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