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Dr. Sandy Simpson speaks about three patients going missing from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in the past month, the issue of public safety, and recidivism rates for a facility like CAMH compared to the criminal justice system; Children of refugee families staying at one of the hotel shelters help rehabilitate an unused inner courtyard, helped by a group of artist volunteers; Radica's Hot and Spicy in Brampton is one of our food guide Suresh Doss' top spots for Trini doubles in the GTA; Carnival is taking over Toronto. We hear from Nailah Blackman, a rising star in Trinidad and Tobago, and one of the performers taking the stage in Mississauga this weekend.