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100 Huntley Street - November 2, 2022
On today’s program we are highlighting the story of two First Peoples as they explain how Covid has affected their communities. They will also discuss the benefits of a partnership with Crossroads. Featured in this segment are Rebecca Sylvestre who serves as Executive Director of the Turnor Lake/Birch Narrows Community Kitchen, and Tommy Bird who is Community Leader in South End Saskatchewan. https://www.firstpeoplesvoices.ca//a>
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100 Huntley Street - November 1, 2022
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100 Huntley Street - October 31, 2022
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100 Huntley Street - October 28, 2022
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