Source: CBC News, April 23, 2019 

3 communities getting $400K each over 2 years

The federal government has announced $1.2 million to help three communities in northern Saskatchewan address youth crime.

Ile-à-la Crosse, Pelican Lake First Nation and Witchekan Lake First Nation will each have access to $400,000 over two years through Ottawa’s national crime prevention strategy.

The money will help each community assess its vulnerability to youth gangs and violence, sex crimes, addictions, mental health issues, bullying and cyber-bullying, according to a news release from the federal government.

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