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Courtenay shelter debate, a family's mental health crisis and growing up with Aspergers


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Courtenay city council is wrangling over the location of a homeless shelter. Housing advocate Anne Davis explains why she supports building the project on the controversial site.

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A Victoria mother and her teen-aged son talk about their family's  positive experience in the mental health system after two children in the family experienced a mental health crisis within months of each other.

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Adam Lando talks about growing up with Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism, and about the documentary film about him and his family which is playing at Movie Monday tonight.

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