Morning North | Sep 13, 2013 | 3:15

Nurse shortage in Attawapiskat

Attawapiskat has been losing nurses in the last few weeks. It's raising concerns about the ability of the community's hospital to handle medical emergencies. Heather Kooiman left her nursing job there. She shared some of her thoughts on the situation.

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