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New Zealand child-welfare program hailed

Local Indigenous leaders honour Maori delegation for sharing family reunification program

PHIL HOSSACK / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>In a traditional Maori greeting, David Newman presses his forehead and nose up against that of Rima Witanga a visiting Social Worker and Maori elder, one of four visiting Maori here in Manitoba working for reconciliation of Aboriginal Families in New Zealand and world wide. See Alex Paul’s story.- March 26, 2018</p></p>

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In a traditional Maori greeting, David Newman presses his forehead and nose up against that of Rima Witanga a visiting Social Worker and Maori elder, one of four visiting Maori here in Manitoba working for reconciliation of Aboriginal Families in New Zealand and world wide. See Alex Paul’s story.- March 26, 2018

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Updated on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 8:49 AM CDT: Corrects headline

10:06 PM: corrects funding info

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