Guelph teen who spoke with Prime Minister about mental health says budget doesn't go far enough

Noah Irvine, a Guelph teenage mental health and addictions advocate, spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Health Minister Ginette Petipas Taylor to discuss about the federal budget and priority of mental health in the nation. Irvine, who has been personally affected by losing both of his parents to mental health issues, has voiced that the "mentally ill, who are the least able to speak up, have been forgotten and neglected by this government." He has urged the government to increase its budget, but due to logistical and legislative stalls, Irvine is dissapointed by the current state of action. 

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