It's All About Kindness

By Margaret McBurney

It's All About Kindness
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As a writer, broadcaster, and social activist, June Callwood made other people her business. Despite personal tragedies, including the death of her youngest son, Casey, Callwood tried to better the lives of those in difficult situations. She founded many organizations, including ... Read more


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As a writer, broadcaster, and social activist, June Callwood made other people her business. Despite personal tragedies, including the death of her youngest son, Casey, Callwood tried to better the lives of those in difficult situations. She founded many organizations, including Casey House, a hospice for people with AIDS, earning the respect of friends and strangers alike.

In It's All About Kindness, June Callwood's colleagues and loved ones recall her life in service of the community, paying tribute to the grace, charm, and unfailing generosity of one of Canada's most beloved figures.

Margaret McBurney

Margaret McBurney is a designer and social and architectural historian who has, with Mary Byers, published six books, including Tavern in the Town: Early Inns and Taverns of Ontario and The Governors Road: Early Buildings and Families from Mississauga to London. They have also published numerous articles in The Globe and Mail, Leisure Ways, Ontario Living, and Century Home. McBurney is also editor of the Ontario Heritage Connections website. She served as president of the Arts and Letters Club from 1998 to 2000 and lives in Toronto.

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