‘Did I look that bad?’ Molly Boyce barely recognizes herself these days

Molly Boyce was on the streets drinking hairspray when APTN News first met her in Thunder Bay. At the time, she wanted to get sober. That was seven long years ago.

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Molly Boyce was on the streets drinking hairspray when APTN News first met her in Thunder Bay.

At the time, she wanted to get sober.

That was seven long years ago.

APTN News recently caught up with her to see how things were going.

Video Journalist / Thunder Bay

Willow is an Oji-Cree Anishinabe from Sandy Lake First Nation. Her background is in print journalism and she studied multimedia before entering broadcast news . She is passionate about the stories of the Anishinabe in northwestern Ontario, particularly in the remote north.


8 thoughts on “‘Did I look that bad?’ Molly Boyce barely recognizes herself these days

  1. Congratulations Molly not only for becoming who you are now, but for helping others know they can also come as far as you have.

  2. An inspirational story. So glad Molly was determined to turn her life around! I’m sure it wasn’t easy, and she must have gone through highs and lows, but look where she is now! Well done, Molly.

  3. Congratulations Molly not only for becoming who you are now, but for helping others know they can also come as far as you have.

  4. An inspirational story. So glad Molly was determined to turn her life around! I’m sure it wasn’t easy, and she must have gone through highs and lows, but look where she is now! Well done, Molly.

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