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Collateral Damage

Carol Cashen, of Tantalion, Nova Scotia, lost her 19 year-old son to suicide. "From the moment Adam died I became an advocate for suicide awareness and prevention," she says. - Photo: Scott Chisholm

To read part 1, click here. To read part 2, click here.

Cendrine Marrouat: When will the book be released? And what else is planned around this project?

Scott Chisholm: I am now hoping for the book to be released in the spring of 2013. The project started out as a local and regional project that could have been completed in one year. However, the response has been overwhelming from not only those who have come forward to participate but also from professionals and organizations alike from across Canada and around the world. The unanimous feeling is that the project must be taken to every province and territory across Canada. At this time, the only obstacle to this truly being a national project is funding.

Along with the book, we will also be creating gallery exhibits that will be made available in communities across Canada. The interim exhibit that is now in Nova Scotia has proven to be powerful and effective.

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