Despite improved services for Inuit detainees, arduous travel yet to be addressed by Quebec – APTN News

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July 15, 2019

A heavy metal door springs to life and slides open, letting Josiane Gendron walk into Sector B of the detention centre in Amos, Quebec.

“We are in the living quarters, sector B,” said Gendron, the assistant director of the new $125 million Amos facility that opened its doors in Nov. 2018.

Sector B is currently empty.

Natural light spills into the shared living space. Tables and chairs freshly painted different shades of grey with yellow highlights to impart some colour.

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