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Starting on the road to healing

MTS provides funding to program for aboriginal women

Shannon Buck, creator of the Red Road to Healing and Traditional Teachings program, which runs in partnership with North Point Douglas Women’s Centre.

PHOTO BY JOHN WOODS/SUPPLIED BY MTS

Shannon Buck, creator of the Red Road to Healing and Traditional Teachings program, which runs in partnership with North Point Douglas Women’s Centre.

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