Cathy Crowe: Memoirs of a Street Nurse

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Chronic homelessness is a problem in Ontario and despite government funding, it doesn't seem to be getting any better. What are we doing wrong? Cathy Crowe, distinguished visiting practitioner in the Faculty of Arts at Ryerson University and the author of "A Knapsack Full of Dreams: Memoirs of a Street Nurse," provides a greater understanding of the problem.
Memoirs of a Street Nurse; The Undoing of History
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