6. And then again, later in the year, when they surprised 24 people with $30,000 to #MakeTodayMatter.
Ontario native Michael Mulligan is in a wheelchair himself, so he knew "how hard it can be to get into places." He decided to spend the $30,000 on constructing a ramp for his neighbour Rose so she could regain her independence. It was the first time in four years she was able to get out of her house.
When the country was shaken after several fatal shootings in Ottawa that were later classified as terrorist attacks...
15. And instead left a different message at the mosque, like, "You ARE home."
16. When this happened:
The 20 pups found in a field in Saskatchewan (left), and toy donations from one Canadian family (right).