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What matters most on July 10, 2018
Maggie Macintosh and Larry Kusch07/10/2018 7:00 PM
By: Maggie Macintosh
Greyhound Canada's decision to abandon service on the Prairies will make it even more difficult for northern Manitoba women and their children to escape domestic abuse and access shelters, advocates warn.
"We're putting women and children in danger with the absence of safe and reliable transit," said Dawna Pritchard, executive director at Aurora House in The Pas, one of the only women's shelters in the northern part of the province.
More difficult for abused women to flee; union, workers surprised by decision
Maggie Macintosh and Larry Kusch
07/10/2018 7:00 PM
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