Inside a Unique Ontario Halfway House

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Peterborough is home to the only halfway house of its kind in Ontario - one that provides care to criminal offenders who are on parole and have mobility and chronic-health issues. Such issues are common among older inmates, of which there are many in Canada: one in four prisoners in federal custody is over the age of 50, and that proportion is expected to increase. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan takes you inside Haley House.
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