LI-JUSTICEBURGERS Trevor Algar, co-owner of Justice Burger in Oshawa, next to the "giveback" board.__ Uploaded by: Teplitsky, Ariel

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Trevor Algar, co-owner of Justice Burger in downtown Oshawa, thought he was being summoned to court when a man, who had been sitting in the restaurant alone, came up to the counter and handed him a slim envelope.
Algar wasn’t being served, but justice was. Inside was a letter and $500 in cash.
The letter was written in response to Justice Burgers’ “giveback” campaign, Algar says. A donation of five dollars will buy a stranger a burger in advance. In the 60 days since the pay-it-forward initiative was launched, 500 burgers have been handed out.
“We are doing something that allows everyone to be involved,” says Algar. “You can come in with five bucks and feed someone else . . …