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This Ontario high school teacher mailed handwritten letters to each of her 80 students. Here's why

CBC.ca Friday, 14 January 2022
Iman Al-Areibi wanted her students at a London, Ont., high school to know someone cared about them, so she mailed each of them a handwritten letter this month.
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