Bradley and Charissa Shea have four children; Caleb is seven, Joshua is five and the twin girls – Kayla and Kariann – are one.
It's hard to imagine this Port Colborne, Ontario-based family in a tiny, two-bedroom, mould-infested apartment, but that is where they were before purchasing their own home through Habitat for Humanity Niagara in June 2009.
"We were living in basement suites; the first one was too small, and the owners of the next two decided to take over the whole house. We had no control," says Mr. Shea, recalling the three times his eldest son moved within
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