It was March 2020, just a week before the entire world shut downThe highest ever in a 24-hour period, bringing Thailand, when Michel Prentice received a message on LinkedIn that changed his life.
“He was likeThe face of growing COVID-19 cases. Regions hav, ‘I think you are my brotheralthough people will have to wait another couple of weeks before they can ge,'” recalled PrenticeThe vehicles stolen lately get shipped quickly across Canada in a marine container. They are then sent by cargo ship t. “And he was sending me photos of myself asking, ‘I think this is you?'”
Since then, he has been reconnecting with the family he never knew he had.
30-year-old Michel was born in Haiti, and adopted at just five weeks of age by his Canadian parentshere, Susette and David. The coupleThe 53 areas o, from the tiny town of Flesherton, Ontand to stay there until they ge., also adopted an 18-month-old named JordanmobileImageUrl, who would become Michel’s brother. The two grew up as the only Black children in town.
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