Updated May 12, Published November 20, This article was published more than 5 years ago. Some information in it may no longer be current. His favourite gig is taking 60 men to the place where he once starred and 30, people chanted his name. Most of the men are homeless. They stay at the Calgary Drop-in and Rehab Centre or, if it is full, sleep outside in the cold. As the Stampeder who scored one of the greatest touchdowns in franchise history, Pee Wee Smith has a new goal now — he wants to comfort the homeless, even if only for a little while.
Former Calgary Stampeder wants to comfort the homeless
Former Calgary Stampeder wants to comfort the homeless - The Globe and Mail
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