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At Home - Chez Soi

In Moncton, an ex-federal cabinet minister, a young researcher and an unemployed truck driver are at the centre of an initiative that might just make a difference in the lives of people with mental illness, and no place to live.

The CBC's Vanessa Blanch tells us about the "At Home-Chez Soi" program.

(Please note: this version of the documentary has been altered due to rights issues.)

At Home-Chez Soi

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