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Charlie Angus will be joining the conversation by taking part in Wooly’s Umbrella, a play about Aboriginal mental health issues, on Wednesday at KLDCS in Kirkland Lake.

Angus will be giving the class the #convoplate by Paul Hansell Foundation, for them to pass on, because Charlie has received it last. The students plan on passing the plate to Rick Mercer. #Rick2kldcs

The passing of the plate is to symbolize “keep the conversation going on mental illness”.

The play “Wooly’s Umbrella” is open to the public and begins at 9;15am at KLDCS.

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