Albert Elliott spends his days as a crossing guard, helping to keep young people safe as they get to and from school. And virtually every evening, he can be found at a Moncton homeless shelter, where he helps with dinner and sets up beds for the night.
On Facebook, Charlie Burrell, who runs the shelter, posted a tribute to Albert Elliott:
“He is an exceptional, loving human being with a heart of gold, and he’s always so happy and positive.”
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