Daybreak Montreal | Apr 22, 2013 | 11:16

Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Native Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation commission arrives in Montreal this week. Listen to Daybreak host Mike Finnerty's emotional conversation with a woman who went to residential school, and her daughter who works with victims of violence.

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Daybreak Montreal Monster Academy wants to reverse stereotypes about mental health Nov 26, 2014 | 6:49A new series of workshops for teenagers and young adults in Montreal is looking to promote education and reverse stereotypes about mental health. They are currently fundraising for the free workshops!
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