Canada's First Nations' communities are calling out for neighbourliness. Our streets are screaming for neighbourliness. And our world cries out for help in some of the worst natural disasters on record.
Through the inevitable and ongoing tragedies and crises everyone faces, who can we rely on to help us?
Is neighbourliness on the decline? Are we compassion fatigued?
This week on Context - we answer those questions and visit the Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation, where the community is looking for healing and solutions after a string of suicides.