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Local The Push for Change volunteers gather around a shopping cart 
at Brandon’s Sobeys south on Saturday in promotion of two upcoming events that are being held to raise awareness regarding youth homelessness as well as money for related efforts.

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Local The Push for Change volunteers gather around a shopping cart at Brandon’s Sobeys south on Saturday in promotion of two upcoming events that are being held to raise awareness regarding youth homelessness as well as money for related efforts.

Push for Change to make stop in Brandon

Pushing a shopping cart across Canada to raise awareness about youth homelessness, The Push for Change head Joe Roberts is scheduled to reach Brandon by this weekend.

As of press time on Sunday, the 50-year-old had walked 6,533 kilometres and still had another 2,638 kilometres to go in his travels, which ...

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