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October 16th 2012: A Psychiatric Hospital Cemetery, Graves and Memories

Megan O’Toole, a veteran Canadian journalist, wrote the story of a psychiatric hospital cemetery. She describes the people interested in the hospital’s patients buried in the cemetery, and some of their stories. She explains the future for the cemetery and how it will be cared for. She describes what she learned from the story. From a media perspective, she talks about the importance of the history of the cemetery and of the hospital’s care for people with mental illnesses and developmental disorders. She identifies topics the media should pay more attention to, and why. She says how more medi

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Megan O’Toole

Megan O’Toole is a veteran Canadian journalist frequently sought after for interviews on her work. With thousands of articles published by major media outlets from coast to coast, she has held key positions at both of Canada’s national newspapers, editing the front page of The Globe and Mail before joining the National Post’s elite reporting team. Her stories are regularly syndicated via the Postmedia chain of newspapers. Covering everything from legislative politics, to crime, to breaking news, to business and the arts, she’s generated scores of unique features and investigative projects over the years. A trained photographer, she is also a published photojournalist. facebook Share On Facebook
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