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Canada is grappling with a ticking time bomb of violence, addiction and suicide linked to failing mental health services for its young people.
In the streets and subways of Toronto, Canada’s largest city, an ultra-modern metropolis that acts as a window into the nation’s economy and culture, many young people can be seen wandering, their eyes staring into space, shouting incomprehensibly.
Newspapers are filled with accounts of unprovoked attacks on strangers, opioid overdoses and other societal ills linked to addiction and mental health problems.
This was an acute phenomenon in big cities in the United States before also trending north of the border.