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Canada: Christmas comes early for terminally ill boy in Ontario02:26

Canada: Christmas comes early for terminally ill boy in Ontario

Canada, St. George, Ontario
October 25, 2015 at 14:09 GMT +00:00 · Published

Residents of St. George, Ontario took part in an early Christmas parade on Saturday for Evan Leversage, a terminally ill seven-year-old who may not make it to Christmas.

The city of St. George organised a Christmas parade for Evan, where they sprinkled fake snow and decorated Christmas trees with ornaments and lights. Evan got to ride in a police van, then sat next to his mother in front of their house to watch the parade with the whole town. At the end of the Christmas display, Santa Claus appeared on his sleigh and gave Evan his presents. Then Evan went on a ride on Santa's sleigh.

Doctors discovered that Evan had an untreatable brain tumour when he was two years old. Evan's last tests showed that his tumour has grown, and his doctors fear he might not to live to see this year's Christmas. Here's hoping for a Christmas miracle.

Canada: Christmas comes early for terminally ill boy in Ontario02:26
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Residents of St. George, Ontario took part in an early Christmas parade on Saturday for Evan Leversage, a terminally ill seven-year-old who may not make it to Christmas.

The city of St. George organised a Christmas parade for Evan, where they sprinkled fake snow and decorated Christmas trees with ornaments and lights. Evan got to ride in a police van, then sat next to his mother in front of their house to watch the parade with the whole town. At the end of the Christmas display, Santa Claus appeared on his sleigh and gave Evan his presents. Then Evan went on a ride on Santa's sleigh.

Doctors discovered that Evan had an untreatable brain tumour when he was two years old. Evan's last tests showed that his tumour has grown, and his doctors fear he might not to live to see this year's Christmas. Here's hoping for a Christmas miracle.