Posted May 16, 2018 12:32:37 It’s the holidays, and in Canada it’s no secret that many of us are hoping to share a Christmas gift with our loved ones.

While many Canadians take a little time out to visit family and friends and spend time with their loved ones, many of them can’t help but feel a bit overwhelmed by the overwhelming amount of holiday gifts they receive.

We’ve compiled a list of some of the most surprising gifts that have been sent to us by the Canadian community.1.

The blind man who gave us his life and his life alone, an item called The Death of Mr. B. source ABC News article The blind British man who died alone in his house while he was in the midst of a stroke in 2014 has left behind an item that may well be his last.

According to The Sun newspaper, the man named John Broughton donated his life to the charity that provided him with a wheelchair.

In the story, John wrote: “I’ve never felt better than when I went through this.”

In an interview with The Sun, Broughston said he had been struggling with his illness for years.

He said he was diagnosed with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) about a year ago, and was unable to work or communicate for more than five minutes at a time.

“The disability was affecting my quality of life and I was very depressed,” Broughson said.

“I could never get out of bed or walk.

I was living with my own problems and it was getting worse.”

The story has gone viral, and the items are now being sold online for as little as $25.

In fact, the item has gone on sale for $200 in Canada.2.

A letter from a woman who had been married for more of her life, a letter that has turned up in her mailbox and in her home.

The letter reads: I’m so glad you came.

I’ve always loved you and will miss you more than I can say.

I’ll miss you every day of your life and am so glad that you’ve found a home.

I’m very proud of you, and hope that you find peace with yourself and that you’ll find happiness again.

You are the only person in my life who loves me unconditionally.

Thank you for giving me the strength and the will to make it through this.3.

A handwritten letter from someone who had to move back in with his parents in the middle of a cold winter, because he was unable go outside to do any chores.

The note reads: Happy Birthday!

I am so happy for you.

I can’t believe that you’re my life, my whole world, my only family.

You have changed my life forever.

I hope you have a happy and wonderful Christmas.

I want you to have everything you ever wanted.

You will always have me in your heart, and I hope that someday, when I’m old and frail, you’ll be able to see me with you again.

Happy Birthday to you, your family, and your wonderful people.4.

A handmade card from a former student who was diagnosed as a mental illness, who had gone through multiple rounds of treatment for the condition.

The message reads: You are my hero.

You saved my life.

I love you and I’m sorry I can never be the same again.

I miss you so much.

I will always miss you.

Thank You, Myself, My Parents, and Yours, Margo.5.

A note written by a person who was homeless when he lost his home and his home to foreclosure.

The handwritten note says: I want to thank you for taking the time to read this.

I am glad you are here, and that your generosity made it possible.

I really appreciate the kind words and the support from others.

I just wanted to let you know that you are a very important person in this world, and as such, I am always grateful for your kindness.6.

A gift card that was delivered to a homeless man in his 50s.

The card was filled with handwritten letters from people who said the person’s kindness had made their lives better.

The man said he has been homeless for more then 40 years and has lived in motels, shelters, and on the streets.

The cards say: You have saved my day, and it will never go away.

It has made my life a lot better.

I always tell myself to always be grateful and be thankful for everything, because I will never get over it.7.

A hand-drawn card with the inscription: Happy Holidays, Happy New Year.

This card was sent to a man who has been living in an apartment with his mother for more that 30 years.

The father of the man wrote that he and his family were not able to celebrate New Year’s Day last year due to Hurricane Florence.

He wrote that his mother has since been