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Video: Pandemic shutdown ‘a nightmare’ for homeless left without water or toilets, advocate says

Bob Johnston wonders where the mayor and city council were eight months ago when vulnerable downtown population was left in the lurch

When the pandemic hit back in March, Sudburians were told to stay home. Meanwhile, the shutdown of services forced Sudbury’s most vulnerable members to fend for themselves on the streets.

Sudbury.com spoke with Bob Johnston, founder of Tomorrow's Hope, to get a better understanding of what it has been like for those less fortunate.

Hear what Johnston and business owners had to say about the city's response in relation to homeless, mental health and addiction in Sudbury's downtown core.


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