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Here are some of the photos taken by Glenn Ogilvie, over the course of several months, documenting some of the men and women experiencing homelessness in Sarnia.

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A woman enters a tarped shelter behind the Sarnia Public Library. Homeless stay until they’re asked to move along. It isn’t long before someone new moves in.
Mike (Christmas) resting on a downtown bench said it took a lot to convince health care workers he had medical issues with his feet.
A woman carrying her belongs looks for shelter along Front Street.
A homeless man shelters under tarps and blankets, just off the Howard Watson Trail.
Early in the morning, a woman stretches out on Lochiel Street Downtown Sarnia. Sarnia Police Services were seen checking her well being.
High energy food fuels the homeless outside the Inn of the Good Shepherd on Devine Street.
Everything from air conditioners to wheelchairs can be seen at this shelter behind the Sarnia Public Library.
Recently homeless couple walking along Wellington St.
Homeless encampment in the woods at the end of Exmouth Street.
A homeless woman shows her prized possession in remembrance of a deceased niece.
Shopping carts laden with personal belongings are popular with some homeless.

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