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Helping homeless people

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When it comes to helping people who are homeless, should donations and handouts or permanent shelter take priority? Jonna discusses that question with Sue Calhoun, community development officer with the Greater Moncton Homelessness Steering Committee, and Charlie Burrell, founder of The Humanity Project in Moncton.

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