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Gov't trying to help children

It is sad, but not surprising to see Brian Pallister’s Progressive Conservatives try to score political points about something as important as the Child and Family Services System without offering anything substantive to address the serious issue of children in care. (Brandon Sun, Oct. 2)

Pallister’s critic, Ian Wishart, attempts ...

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