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They donate 5% of all profits to the Special Olympics, which holds sports events for people with learning disabilities. John competes in the games in sports such as basketball, soccer and hockey. He also designs "awareness socks" to raise money for charities including the National Down Syndrome Society and the Autism Society of America . "We have a social mission and a retail mission, and they're indivisible," says Mark. "I don't think it's enough anymore to just produce a service or produce a product. I think there has to be values attached to that, and we have a model that's showing that." "What we're doing is spreading happiness," adds John. Image caption John preparing orders for delivery at his office The company wants to get more disabled people into work, and nearly a third of its staff have a disability. "We're working to show what people with disabilities and learning disabilities can do," says Mark. "When I talk to employers I tell them it is absolutely imperative that they hire people with disabilities. "Not because it's the right thing to do, not because they're nice guys, but because everybody is looking for good workers. "This is a vast, untapped pool of great workers." The pair say one of their biggest challenges has been keeping up with demand.

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'It's slavery in the modern world': Foreign workers say they were hungry, abused at Toronto temple

Photo of Chris Glover In those videos, they made similar allegations about their working conditions. Thiagarajahkurukkal won the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012, an award to honour Canadians for significant contributions and achievement. "Especially when you are saying, 'I'm a man of god; this is a place of worship,' you know people bring their hopes and dreams and desperations to a temple and I think this has become a business; it's exploitative," said Selvarajah. CBC Toronto's investigation into Rev. Thiagarajahkurukkal show a BMW is registered to him, and a Mercedes S5A is registered to the temple, which is a charity. Selvarajah said his mother donated to the construction fund for the temple and he recognizes these are "big accusations" to be levelling against one of the most prominent faith leaders within his community. "My mom was like, 'No, no, no, it can't be happening. This is a temple. It doesn't happen at temples.' So this is a huge, huge thing. I'm sure it's going to bring a lot of reverberations within the community," said Selvarajah. While this is the first known case of problems involving Tamil migrants in the city, the Tamil Workers Network has begun informal investigations within Toronto's Tamil community and doesn't believe it happened in isolation. "When we realized the magnitude of this, we're pretty sure there is quite a lot of cases that it's going to open up," he said. "This is now on our radar." Parkdale Community Legal Services has taken on the case for free.

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