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Where There's Smoke....

The death last spring of well-known activist Raymond Taavel sent the city of Halifax into mourning.
Grief turned to anger when news broke that his accused killer may have been out of a forensic hospital on a temporary pass, the kind of pass many patients request so they can smoke.
Now the province says it will allow smoking again on those hospital grounds, a decision critics maintain is a step backward.
In her documentary, reporter Mackenzie Grisdale looks at one suggestion for another way forward.

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