Earlier this summer, Jamie Vautour worried that he wouldn't be able to get to the Nickelback concert at Magnetic Hill, New Brunswick, because of a public transit lockdown in Moncton.
No wheelchair-accessible buses were running in his hometown of Dieppe.
A generous anonymous donor stepped up to provide Vautour with $200 so he could afford the wheelchair-accessible transportation he needed to see his favourite band play live, plus some additional money to buy souvenirs.
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"It's amazing how I have people supporting me this year and want me to enjoy myself. If I have anything to say to the person that helped me, 'thank you,' because it means a lot," Vautour told CTV Atlantic.
"Thank you very much," added his mother, Pauline. "I really appreciate what you did for me and my son. I can't thank you enough."