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Source Feed: Global News - Canada
Author: Timothy Sargeant
Publication Date: September 18, 2023 - 17:53

Montreal, Quebec announce new money to steer youth away from gun-related crimes

September 18, 2023
The new program aims to convince young people who are at risk of committing violent crimes to 'choose a different lifestyle.'


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