Blue Sky | Dec 7, 2012 | 5:38

Freezing death prompts questions about homelessness in P.A.

After a 49-year-old man froze to death behind a store in Prince Albert, people in the city are questioning whether more can be done about homelessness and addictions. Garth speaks with the CEO of the YWCA in Prince Albert.

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