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JEAN-RENE BERNIER "GIVING IS NATURAL FOR ME"

In this article, Jean-Marie Lapointe interviews the founder of Nourrir La Rue, Jean-René Bernier, to learn about his story and his inspiration for the work he does to help those in need.

SEVEN MONTHS TO LIVE UNDER A VIADUCT: WHEN LIFE CHANGES IN FULL PANDEMIC

A Montrealer who spent seven months in a cabin under an overpass during COVID tells his story.

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UN ANCIEN ITINÉRANT QUI A LE CŒUR SUR LA MAIN

MONTREAL - At a time when food banks have never been so busy, a former homeless man decided to help as best he could by distributing hot meals to those in need.

HE HAS COME OFF THE STREET, BUT HE HAS NOT FORGOTTEN HIS FRIENDS...

Tuesday evening, Jean-René Bernier, a former homeless, invited hundreds of his friends to the bistro L'enchanteur, in the Villeray district. A free meal for the poorest, paying for those who have money. Normand Grondin's report.

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​JEAN-RENÉ BERNIER, THE FORMER TRAVELER WHO INVITES THE STREET TO DINNER

On August 27, 400 people will be able to share a meal at L’Enchanteur bistro in La Petite-Patrie. This supper is organized by Jean-René Bernier, a former homeless person well known to those who live on the street, and who has given himself body and soul for several years to help them.

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FACE À LA RUE (S02 E16)

Jean-Marie meets Jean-René who devotes his time to giving to the poorest on the street.