Suicide Prevention Day: Social inequality and budget cuts are a matter of life and death

By: Samantha Sarra (Rabble.ca)

September 9, 2012

“Sadly, every person you ask from the Northern Inuit regions knows someone who has killed themselves. I personally have four cousins who have committed suicide. People you know your whole life. You grow and laugh with them and then they are not there anymore because they decide to take their own lives. The numbers are an epidemic, if these numbers existed in southern Canada, it would be a national emergency and there would be measures to address it.”

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