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Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief launched Starting Early, Starting Strong, a provincial dialogue on supporting families through early childhood development.  Over 300 people attended the first public meeting held at the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg to share ideas and resources on how to strengthen our early-years strategy and give our kids a better start. Chief with mother-to-be Wendy Hallgrimson, and Malaya Cueto.

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Children and Youth Opportunities Minister Kevin Chief launched Starting Early, Starting Strong, a provincial dialogue on supporting families through early childhood development. Over 300 people attended the first public meeting held at the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg to share ideas and resources on how to strengthen our early-years strategy and give our kids a better start. Chief with mother-to-be Wendy Hallgrimson, and Malaya Cueto. Photo Store

Children and Youth Opportunities Minister and Point Douglas MLA Kevin Chief launched Starting Early, Starting Strong, a provincial dialogue on supporting families through early childhood development. Over 300 people attended the first public meeting, held at the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg, to share ideas and resources on how to strengthen early-years strategies and give kids a better start. Pictured: Chief with mother-to-be Wendy Hallgrimson, and Malaya Cueto.

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