CALGARY - A Calgary-area man who runs an orphanage in Haiti says he's expecting to care for more children than ever following a devastating earthquake that has killed thousands.
Jerry Epp, president of God's Littlest Angels Canada, says all 160 children in his agency's care are OK.
The orphanage is about 45 minutes from the capital of Port-au-Prince, where much of the damage is centred.
Epp says the immediate concern is finding ways to truck in diapers, formula and clean water along roads that have been completely destroyed.
He says he expects he will have to find room for more children who have either lost parents or whose parents can no longer afford to feed them following the catastrophe.
Epp says none of the dozen or so volunteers from Canada and the United States working at the orphanage have so far asked to leave.