THE HEARTBREAKING TRUE STORY OF ONE OF HAMILTON'S LONGEST-SURVIVING HOMELESS WOMEN
"Dark and lonely streets that reeked of exhaust fumes and dog pee and tasted like hard gravel are where Margaret laid her head most nights. Since being discharged, she had become a nameless bag lady occupying the alleyways and alcoves of the city.
While she occasionally stayed in boarding homes or with friends, the streets were more and more her full-time home."
— Denise Davy