ent cities Save Lives. They Shouldn’t Have To.

ong before the dual public health emergencies of COVID-19 and the overdose crisis, tent cities have been a safe haven for the homeless. How did it come to this?

A glimpse of the Kennedy-Trudeau Homeless Encampment. Photo credit: Ryan Sudds.

park my bike and survey the park. Tents — nearly 400 of them, according to a recent count — are everywhere.

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Author. Academic. Mad Woman | Critical takes on health and illness | Pre-order my book: https://www.amazon.ca/Becoming-Nicole-Luongo/dp/177133813X

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Nicole M. Luongo

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Author. Academic. Mad Woman | Critical takes on health and illness | Pre-order my book: https://www.amazon.ca/Becoming-Nicole-Luongo/dp/177133813X

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