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Day With Daryl

For Daryl Shand, the noise and bustle of city life was too much, so he moved out of Halifax and into rural Kennetcook, Nova Scotia.

The problem is, Daryl has a mental illness, he can't work, and his therapist is in the city...an hour's drive away.

Freelancer Angele Cano finds out how Daryl is trying to raise money to solve his transportation problems.

And how geography - and poverty - can be huge barriers to people receiving help for mental illness.

Daryl's Day

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