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Wiikwemkoong woman raises awareness of how HIV and AIDs affects Indigenous communities
It's Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week across Canada. An advocate from northern Ontario wants everyone to know the realities faced by Indigenous people living with the disease. Doris Peltier is originally from Wiikwemkoong and now lives in Montreal.
Aired: Dec. 6, 2019
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