Ep. 4 - The boy who changed Indigenous kids' health care

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Jordan River Anderson was five when he died. The boy from Norway House Cree Nation was born with a condition that left him unable to talk, walk, or breathe on his own. And because the provincial and federal government couldn't agree on who should pay for his home care, he spent his whole short life in a hospital. Host Colin Ellis speaks to filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin about her documentary about Jordan's legacy.
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Nov 26, 2019
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