Source: Alec Salloum, CBC News, December 11, 2019
The money is part of $11.9M from the federal government announced in March
Two Saskatchewan agencies — one in Saskatoon and one in Regina — have been chosen to be part of the province’s strategy to fight gang violence, and will receive millions of dollars in funding to help in that fight.
The partnership, announced Tuesday, comes with $4.5 million split between the two agencies over four years — $750,000 annually for Saskatoon’s Str8 Up and $375,000 annually for Regina Treaty/Status Indian Services (RT/SIS).
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