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Home and Alone

Traditionally in Atlantic Canada, when someone needs help, family and friends rally around.
But with an aging population, a more transient population - and an increasing number of immigrants without established supports, that may not always be possible.
This week on Atlantic Voice,the story of two people in New Brunswick who need 24 hour care and the lengths they and their families are going to find it.

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