How this Toronto man created an 'Uber Eats-style' food rescue program
"Tony Colley knows what it feels like to be hungry.
Three years ago at age 44, the former banker had only $278 to his name after a failed business venture. He went on welfare, paid his rent, but didn't have enough to eat through the day and fuel his six-foot-five-inch frame.
"I would have my first meal around three o'clock in the afternoon," said Colley. "I would get up in the morning and go to the gym so I wouldn't have to think about eating."
He hid this secret from everyone except his mother. Depression sank in deep.
"I just kept up with appearances by keeping a roof over my head," said Colley who admitted he was too embarrassed to use a food bank at the time."