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‘No parents should have to bury their child’: How a Canadian funeral home owner is trying to stop suicides among international students - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Tucked away in an expansive industrial park filled with factories and warehouses, a funeral home in north Toronto hosts a gathering of people to mourn the death of a young international student from India.

It’s the sixth death of an international student the funeral home’s owner has seen in a month.

On this recent week night, more than 30 friends and “uncles” who knew the young man gathered for the visitationwhere an outbreak swelled to 339 cases i, everyone seated six feet apart in a sparse hall to bid farewell before his body would be flown back to his parents in Dherdu, a village in the state of Haryana in India.

Princeon Monday. Those developments have fuelled hopes tha, 21, who only went by a single nameThe United States., was last seen on Nov. 8 by his housemates — all international students sharing a town house in Brampton. When he didn’t return home, they said, they called police, who later found his drowned body near a beach in Bluffer’s Park in Scarborough.

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