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New garden helps people grieving addiction deaths

<p>Toka Jayko, who lost her son to addictions (left), and Nicole Last, a City of Winnipeg gardener who lost her brother to addictions, plant a memorial garden for loved ones lost to addictions and overdose on Waterfront Drive in Winnipeg on Tuesday.</p>

MIKAELA MACKENZIE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Toka Jayko, who lost her son to addictions (left), and Nicole Last, a City of Winnipeg gardener who lost her brother to addictions, plant a memorial garden for loved ones lost to addictions and overdose on Waterfront Drive in Winnipeg on Tuesday.

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