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Ottawa Shooting & Mental Health

Across the country, people have mourned the death of Corporal Nathan Cirillo. But for those closest to him, the loss has been the most painful. This week, Corporal Cirillo's girlfriend wrote about her loss, and called upon Canadians to ask some tough questions about the mental health care system. Matt Galloway spoke to Dr. Kwame McKenzie of the Wellesley Institute about her comments, the shooting and mental health.
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