The Sunlight Helping Canadians Shine Contest is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered and for sharing how you, your friends, and family are making a difference in your communities!
There's nothing more Canadian than a hometown hero doing what they can to help out in their community. Watch as Jeff and Carolyn hear the stories of Canadians making a difference in their communities.
Jeff and Carolyn talk to Dr. Elaine Leung, founder of 'Sea Smart' about her inspiring story as she sheds light on making a lasting difference in ocean education. We talk to her about her initiatives, empowering youth to create positive change and foster a deeper understanding of our oceans.
We continue our Shining Moments Spotlight series with the powerful story of Christine Nayler, founder of Ryan's Hope. With a $10,000 grant from Sunlight, we delve into the transformative impact of her organization, offering hope and assistance to individuals grappling with mental health and addiction challenges.
We continue our Sunlight series with the incredible journey of Stu Young and his transformative initiative, Cousins Skateboard Community, in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Discover how their efforts are empowering Indigenous youth through skateboarding, and learn how a $10,000 prize from Sunlight is poised to amplify their positive impact even further.
Join us as we celebrate Betty Riel from Huntingdon, Quebec, a recipient of the $10,000 Sunlight Helping Canadians Shine grand prize. She has been facilitating transportation for cancer patients for over 18 years. Betty talks about what got her motivated to start, and how the $10,000 award will assist her compassionate cause.
Join us as we celebrate Alexandra Everitt from London, Ontario, the recipient of the $10,000 Sunlight Helping Canadians Shine grand prize. The founder of 'The Lunch Box,' shares her inspiring journey and discusses the future of her meaningful initiative, made possible by the generous support of Sunlight.
We continue our 'Shining Moments Spotlight' with Julie Middleton and her daughter Sadie. They talk about how they turned a devastating diagnosis into a call to action with their clothing line that helps children battling cancer.
We continue our 'Shining Moments Spotlight' with Darryl Reuter, a Kelowna resident who transformed from a realtor to a local wildfire hero. He explains how he worked to feed frontline firefighters battling the BC wildfires.
We continue our 'Shining Moments Spotlight' with Sharon Hapton, soup enthusiast from Calgary, who has turned the ultimate comfort food into a heartwarming initiative called 'Soup Sisters'.
We continue our 'Shining Moments Spotlight' with Jessica Baird, the driving force behind 'The Sock Project'. Learn how it all began with her personal journey and how small acts, like quirky socks, can create a huge impact.