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Why residents of Flin Flon, Manitoba, don't trust their hospital - Oct 3, 2013

In the city of Flin Flon, near the Manitoba Saskatchewan border, some residents drive hundreds of kilometres to avoid their own hospital. Gosia Sawicka with the CBC's I-team in Winnipeg travelled to the mining community to hear from residents.

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