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VIDEO: Interview with Melissa Almonte, Gregor Homes, about the Dove Missions project in the Dominican Republic

Dove Missions is doing some fine work in Puerto Plata, helping to build, at a grassroots level involving local tradesmen working side-by-side with Ontario contractors, a much-needed Youth Centre.


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March 12, 2015 by Steve Payne

In this interview, Canadian Contractor publisher Rob Koci, gets an update on the Dove Mission volunteer build of a much-needed Youth Centre in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. This November, another team of Ontario builders is heading back to the city to complete the roof and interior finishing at the facility. Watch the video to see how you can possibly help some kids and teens in a world very different from the one most of our youth get to experience in Canada.


Steve Payne

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Steve Payne is the editor of Canadian Contractor magazine
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1 Comment » for VIDEO: Interview with Melissa Almonte, Gregor Homes, about the Dove Missions project in the Dominican Republic
  1. Questo says:

    Hi Melissa, great work, way to go having fun and build at the same time, make me go back couple decades: I wish I could go there and help with the electrical work, maybe I will, let you know. At least I can feel free to do what I like to do most, which is my carrier.

    Apparently here in Ontario we certified trades people been treated like criminals, can’t operate without the mob parasites on our backs.
    Apparently the OCOT there isn’t looking for Aces truck, LOL.

    Thanks to Robert Koci for this great video allowing the people to see for them selves the way the reality works, freely, not under any source of demands, protection propagandas, for the hidden purpose of taxation, to pay for the screw ups and financial scandals Ontario government have done in this last decade, disgusting.

    Now they want to sale hydro one, LCBO, maybe some hard drivers too, how knows.