Jury from coroner's inquest makes recommendations to help homeless

Metro Morning

A jury has made 35 recommendations after a coroner's inquest into the death of Grant Faulkner, a homeless man who died in frigid temperatures when his wooden shack caught fire three years ago. We hear from an advocacy lawyer who took part in the inquest about what these recommendations mean and how likely it is that they'll be carried through.

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