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Making it easier to die in small-town B.C.

Palliative care is provided to make things easier for people in the final stages of their life. But not everyone has equal access: in small, rural communities access to palliative care is limited to non-existent. Galinina Durant is the mayor of Stewart, and she wants to change that.


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