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Over 235,000 people couch-surf, stay in emergency shelters, or live on the street in Canada every year. However, the very policies, practices, and funding models that exist to house the homeless, promote social inclusion, and provide mental health care form a homelessness industrial complex.
A Complete Exile: Homelessness and Social Exclusion in Canada
Confidence men, juvenile gang leaders, slaughterhouse impresarios, upright citizens, moonshiners, and a mysterious plague of dying jackrabbits roil in the wake of a kid called Chatter.
A Kid Called Chatter