Residents love when the kids come. It's like bringing fairies into the home - it's magical. - Tracy Stasiuk, Director of Care at Pinecrest, in response to the Intergenerational Storytelling Program in partnership between the Kenora Public Library, Pinecrest, and Laidlaw Foundation
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In May 2006, the city of Kenora received a truly unique gift courtesy of Andrew Paterson with the arrival of a cuddly bear by the name of loonie bear. However loonie bear isn’t your ordinary bear, standing 8 feet tall, weighing 12,000 pounds, loonie bear doesn’t like to eat picnic baskets but would rather eat loonies and toonies!