Nunavut has a major issue suicide mostly among young Canadian 15-25, She wasn’t blaming the government themselves for those death but Trudeau after his election promised reform and investment in wellness and mental health centers to the territory. That help is yet to materialize and the people feel abandon.
people in Nunavut have a hard life (Its more remote then Alaska) they live in small very remote town with little to no resources to deal with medical, mental health, law enforcement issues,. picture a small town (1,000) which that has 12 attempt suicide in a year.
there is little resources for law enforcement so abuse is widespread and there are only a few shelters in the whole territory (It 2x larger then Texas) so the nearest shelter might be 5 - 6 hours away and they might have no beds.
the neglect Canada show toward its Territories is disgusting.
majority of Canada is untapped wilderness, we are such a small population is most of it is very localized (Southern Ontario, Southern Quebec). about 90% of the population lives within 300 miles of the U.S border.
the way the indigenous service department is run in Canada is a joke we have communities who have been under boiled water advisers for 30 years… but a lot of these communities are so remote its a logistic nightmare.