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Brampton, December 11 (CINEWS): Narinder Mann, a respected businessman from Brampton is the winner of The Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweepstakes 50/50 draw. The results were announced on Thursday, December 3 by Paul Alofs, President & CEO of The Princess Margaret.
Mr. Mann is a chartered professional accountant in Brampton who was born Kenya in December 1951. He moved to Britain at the age of 18 and finally to Canada in 1981.
“There is a quantity of life in Britain, but the quality of life I found in Canada was a lot better. And it is a good place to bring up your family,” he said.
Mr. Mann established his own chartered public accounting practice in Brampton in 1985, as well as a handful of other businesses.
He has supported The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation and the lottery for many years and was “flabbergasted” by the win. He said, “This is the first cheque that I’ve ever received where I didn’t have to do very much work for it! That was the best part of it. That feeling is going to last for a long time.”
About future plans, Mann said, “It’ll go a long way to help me further my businesses and contribute more to charities. I will be able to help more people here and in India where I can help a family provide for themselves by
While no one in his immediate family has been touched by cancer, he supports The Princess Margaret Lotteries because it is important to the community. “There are a number of my clients who’ve gone through cancer. In fact, one recently passed away with abdominal cancer and I have always known that this is a very difficult disease to conquer so helping do just that would be a good cause to support.”