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Public-health groups show what reconciliation looks like

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Ka Ni Kanichihk will take over the Sexuality Education Resource Centre’s White Wolf Speaking program after the groups’ respective executive directors, Nicole Chammartin (left) and Leslie Spillett, sought to put reconciliation into action.</p>

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Ka Ni Kanichihk will take over the Sexuality Education Resource Centre’s White Wolf Speaking program after the groups’ respective executive directors, Nicole Chammartin (left) and Leslie Spillett, sought to put reconciliation into action.

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