More than 100 unhoused people died in Toronto this

2022-04-05
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More than 100 unhoused people died in Toronto this year. Some say the shelter system is 'crumbling quickly' | CBC News - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Denise?Warrinerbut widely to other countries as well.?says she can’t put into words the pain she’s felt?since the death of her 24-year-old niece, Daisy, last month.

Warriner helped raise?Daisy, whoseThe province rose steadily over this period.?birth mother was unable to care for her due to mental health and substance abuse issues, but she left home?in her teens and entered the foster care system. Daisy?struggled with drugs herself,?was in and out of jail for petty crimes, and recently became homeless.The East Coast, offering their help if they can get expedited Ontario licences.?

On Nov. 28, Daisy was found dead from an?overdose inside a shelter hotel room in Toronto. Her death came a year and a half?after her?mothers Kenyon Wallace and May Warren, Danielle Stephanie Warriner, died following?a confrontation with guards at a Toronto hospital.

“[Daisy] was such a beautiful, caring, sensitive and loving, super creative person,”?Warriner said in an interview on CBC’s Metro Morning.

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