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Our Team






Daniel graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Ryerson University's Ted Rogers School of Management and opened Camp Breakaway in 2008. Camp Breakaway is a Toronto-based summer day camp with 500 annual campers. In 2018, Daniel opened Bzz E Kidz play centres in shopping malls throughout the GTA. Daniel's passion is in community service and he returned to school part-time in 2017 to study Politics and Governance. Daniel is excited to serve as director of the Elizabeth House.

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Deanna holds an honours Bachelor of Arts degree from Trent University and a Bachelor of Education degree from Queen’s University.  She also holds teaching qualifications from the University of Toronto OISE as an English Honours Specialist and a Special Education Specialist.  A secondary school teacher for over 30 years, she has experience with all Ontario high school English courses. Deanna helps students improve their reading, writing and comprehension skills through engaging, personalized lessons that are tailored to the learner’s unique needs, strengths, and learning style.

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Keshia has always been passionate about working with children and being a part of their education. Keshia graduated from Seneca College with a Diploma in Early Childhood Education before obtaining a Bachelor’s in Child Development and a Certificate in Children's Mental Health. Following the Ontario curriculum, Keshia designs lessons to meet each child’s needs. Keshia’s plans to continue studying and working with children.



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Mary-Lynn graduated from Western University with a bachelor's in Biological Sciences and went on to complete her Masters in Public Health at the University of Toronto. She currently works as a Health and Safety specialist within the construction industry. Prior to working in construction, Mary-Lynn was a residence don during her time at Western University where she facilitated multiple programs to engage students within the residence and Western community. She has also had experience running after school activities for students who were completing their religious sacraments as well as for students with interests in sports. Her personal interests include reading, writing, cooking, baking, fitness, and sports.



Elizabeth House is a community centre and non-profit organization in North York.


All of our services are FREE to the individuals and families we serve.


The names of our clients and some non-pertinent details of their cases are changed to protect their privacy. However, the names and contact information of the organizations and professionals we work with are accurate.

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I am a single mother and permanent resident who could not afford the fees for Canadian citizenship. Elizabeth House connected me with the team at Lockwood Paralegal Firm. They helped me complete and submit citizenship applications for my two children and me. Elizabeth House paid all my paralegal and application fees!

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