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Charity promoting reconciliation receives $167K from Manitoba government

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The Manitoba government is providing $167,000 to a charity that helps to foster relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Alan Lagimodiere, Indigenous reconciliation and northern relations minister, announced on Tuesday that the funding will go to a Winnipeg-based national charity called Circles for Reconciliation. This charity holds small gatherings with an equal number of Indigenous andNon-Ind Indigenous people who participate in discussion circles.
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Charity promoting reconciliation receives $167K from Manitoba government

The Manitoba government is providing $167,000 to a charity that helps to foster relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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