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No room at the inn: We asked why Gander's hotels can no longer accommodate homeless people, and what the province is doing about the dozens of people who need a place to live
Tourism season is swinging into high gear as we're moving into June. That means many travelers are looking for hotel rooms. In Gander, several hotels have been accommodating about 40 homeless people over the winter. Now, as visitors need the rooms, homeless people must go elsewhere. John Abbott is the provincial minister of Seniors, Youth and Social Development, and it's his job to find somewhere for displaced people to go. He spoke with CBC's Leigh Anne Power.