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Published on Feb 2, 2012
Seven years ago Mark DeMontis learnt that he had developed a condition that left him legally blind and unable to pursue his dream of playing professional hockey. But despite his condition, he didn't let his passion for the game die. In fact, he decided to bring that passion to others by starting Courage Canada, an organization that gives visually impaired kids the opportunity to learn to ice skate and play hockey. So when Mark's best friend Cameron Williams heard about the grant from Tetley Green Tea, he knew exactly who he was going to nominate.