Graphic novel-style memoir illustrates B.C. man’s battle with homelessness and addiction

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Graphic novel-style memoir illustrates B.C. man’s battle with homelessness and addiction” – below is their description.

A Burnaby, B.C., man is sharing his past struggles with homelessness and addiction through a graphic memoir he’s illustrated. Tower 25 is a gesture of empathy and hope for those struggling and seeking change.

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