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Zeynel Ari, owner of Dino's Pizza, has donated 300 pizza slices to a new homeless shelter being opened by the City of Toronto and has called for Don Cherry to help him.
Nov 13, 2019 - EightSix Staff
As Toronto’s winter plunges to sub-zero temperatures, the City of Toronto has opened the new Metro Hall warming center to provide fifty of the city’s homeless with a place to spend the night.
On its opening night, a donation of 300 pizza slices from Dino's pizza was given out to the new occupants. These slices followed another 300 slices which were donated to a vigil held last week for the homeless who have died at the Peter Street Referral centre.
Zeynel Ari, the owner of this pizza shop, is a Turkish immigrant and self-described “proud Canadian." He tweeted an invitation to Don Cherry, a Sportsnet caster recently dismissed for making controversial remarks against immigrants, to help him deliver the pizza.
Read full story: Toronto Immigrant Invites Don Cherry to Help Him Donate Pizza to the Homeless - Published Nov 12, 2019 on BlogTo
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