"At Christmas, he was like, I can't — I have to go," says his wife, Jo Ann Ortega, a construction safety specialist in the Nova Scotia town. Especially if you're under restrictions that you can't travel after [2 p.m.]," Jo Ann Ortega said. When COVID-19 first hit and everyone was thinking about how it would change their lives, Jo Ann Ortega said her husband had a different thought. He sent money back to the neighbourhood and appointed a shopper to get goods and deliver them to areas most in need. In the meantime, they're waiting for May and hope Canada will resume direct flights to the Dominican Republic.
Source: CBC News March 07, 2021 09:56 UTC