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Dealing with Police and Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome

The province's police officers are suffering in a culture of silence that prevents them from talking about post-traumatic stress disorder. That's according to a new report from the Ontario Ombudsman's office. Cheri DiNovo is the MPP for Parkdale-High Park. She's raised the issue of PTSD and front-line responders in the Legislature. Laura spoke with her about what this report could achieve. Listen audio (runs 5:12)

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