Grandmothers Protecting Our Children Walk Scheduled For Next Week
The Committee Advocating for the Removal of Sexual Exploitation along with the Dauphin Friendship Centre are sponsoring the walk.
The event is to take place next Thursday, at 7:00 in the morning with the lighting of the sacred fire and the walk departing from the Dauphin Friendship Centre at 10:00 in the morning.
The goal is to deliver a message to communities all over that children are sacred and that the grandmothers are saying no more abuse against our children.
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Manitoba Highways closed the westbound lanes of Highway 1 this morning nine kilometres west of Headingley.
$185, 022 worth of funding has come to the Parkland from the Province.