Government of Canada Assisting At Risk Aboriginals in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Randy Hoback, Member of Parliament (MP) for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, announced that aboriginal people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness will soon have a safe drop-in centre to meet people, receive food and shelter, and get housing or employment information. He revealed that the Indian Metis Friendship Centre of Prince Albert (IMFCPA) will receive up to $30,000 to renovate its facility, in order to double the number of people that can be served, increasing the number from 15 to 30.

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