Canadian high school students are spreading a little joy.Calgary students launched a hotline Friday that’s geared toward providing free positive messages to seniors, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported.”During these challenging times and ongoing public health measures, we know that it is especially difficult for seniors and folks experiencing isolation,” the project’s website says.The number is 1 (877) JOY-4ALL. Callers can select from a dial selection
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