In his first book, Learning to Live: From the Loss of My Parents to Mental Health Advocate, Noah Irvine writes his memoirs. It might seem a bit weird for a 21-year-old kid from Guelph to put down his life story for posterity, but it’s a story that’s as remarkable as it is recognizable. Noah might have become a statistic, but instead he became an advocate. Now he wants to tell you why. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #328 – Noah’s Arc”