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Child welfare should focus on parents, community: First Nations chiefs

Left to Right: Charlene Gladu, Chief Bill Traverse, Grand Chief Derek Nepinak, Chief Arlen Dumas, and elder Elmer Courchene talk about child and family services. The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs will release its own report on child welfare in the province.

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Left to Right: Charlene Gladu, Chief Bill Traverse, Grand Chief Derek Nepinak, Chief Arlen Dumas, and elder Elmer Courchene talk about child and family services. The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs will release its own report on child welfare in the province.

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Updated on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 5:10 PM CDT: Updates story.

November 15, 2014 at 5:56 PM: Corrects typo.

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