The Moose Hide Campaign – an Indigenous-led effort to end violence against women, children and all those along the gender continuum – reached Temiskaming Shores last week. Speakers included, from left, psychotherapist Becky Hills, Charlotte Hunter of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO), Marilyn Chevrier-Wills of Timiskaming First Nation, and MNO Métis family wellbeing coordinator Kayla Bazinet. (Staff photo by Diane Johnston)

Moose hide a symbol of campaign to end violence

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter Temiskaming Shores – Inch-square pieces of moose hide were pinned to the shirts of about 20 people who met outside the Mino M’shki-ki Family Health Team…

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Moose hide a symbol of campaign to end violence was last modified: May 22nd, 2024 by Editorial Staff