Dress to impress

Updated at 12:33 - Craig Elliott of Charlottetown feels the stigma barriers of mental illness break down when he puts on his fancy suit.

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Craig Elliott of Charlottetown wears a suit he received through the Moores Canadian Suit Drive a couple of years ago. When Elliott puts the suit on, he feels confident in himself.

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