NOT SORRY: Why Don’t We All Just Leave?
NOT SORRY: Why Don’t We All Just Leave?
“Something is deeply broken, not only in the community, but in how we allow business to operate as usual,” says writer Joseph Boyden

“Something is deeply broken, not only in the community, but in how we allow business to operate as usual,” says writer Joseph Boyden.

The community of Attawapiskat is in the news — again — as it faces a mental health crisis with 11 suicide attempts in a single day. In response, Parliament held an emergency debate to answer the question, what can we do? (Prime Minister Justin “prix fixe menu” Trudeau was at a fancy dinner.) Attawapiskat youth: here are some things you could do!

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