Struggling single fathers get leg up under B.C. employment program

It wasn’t easy for Donald Cameron to ask for help.

Last year, the single father, now 22, was landscaping and worried how he’d provide for his son, Dallas, who is two. Cutting grass in Maple Ridge just wasn’t cutting it.

“I’m very much a ‘find a way to make it work, don’t receive handouts’ type of guy,” Cameron said. “It took a lot of conversations with other people and realizing this wasn’t just my pride on the line. It was my son’s well-being on the line that made me do it.”

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