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Critics fear mental-health fallout from province's plan to reduce housing benefit

SASHA SEFTER / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES</p><p>Josh Brandon, a community worker with the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, disagrees with the provincial government's plan to reduce a housing benefit designed to help people with mental-health issues.</p>

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Josh Brandon, a community worker with the Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, disagrees with the provincial government's plan to reduce a housing benefit designed to help people with mental-health issues.

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Updated on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 8:10 AM CST: Fixes cutline

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