Khaleel, a carpenter in Toronto, has taken upon himself to provide mobile shelters to the homeless in his city. He is constructing wooden structures whose walls are lined with a thick layer of fiberglass insulation. His design has a small door as well, and Khaleel is making these shelters for people who sleep in tents in extremely cold weather conditions. The shelters cost about $1,000 in materials and eight hours to construct, but he is giving them away for free.

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