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Coronavirus: Oshawa community groups serving homeless and vulnerable hoping to keep doors open

Cornerstone, Backdoor Mission to stay open for now through COVID-19 outbreak

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Robert Brglez

Robert Brglez, Cornerstone Community Association executive director, spoke at an event last fall. October 18, 2019 - Sabrina Byrnes/Torstar

OSHAWA — Community organizations who support some of Durham’s most vulnerable residents, including the homeless, are hoping they can keep their doors open as concerns about coronavirus grow.

Robert Brglez is the executive director of Cornerstone Community Association, the organization that runs a men’s shelter in downtown Oshawa.

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Reka Szekely
Reka Szekely is a reporter with Metroland Media Group’s Durham Region Division.

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