Morning North | Sep 17, 2013 | 6:33

No Fixed Address: Shelter for women with children

Our series on homelessness No Fixed Address features the story of Tina, who described how she and her son were on the streets of Sudbury just a few years ago. She was part of the growing number of women and children with no place to go.

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