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Provincial employees take to the streets for Moose Hide Campaign Day

Provincial Government employees in Prince George took to the streets today (Thursday) for Moose Hide Campaign Day.

They walked around downtown with the goal of raising awareness of gender-based violence.

“We’ve been a part of the Moose Hide Campaign previously, taking part in workshops, trying to create conversations with the actual Moose Hide Pin,” said Nicole Comeau, Regional Manager of Business Services for the Ministry of Transportation.

“The Moose Hide Pin symbolizes good medicine, and it’s a way to create a conversation around the Moose Hide Campaign and ending gender-based violence.”

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Comeau noted this was the first time their group in Prince George organized a walk for the campaign.

20 people took part.

The campaign began in BC as an Indigenous-led grassroots movement, the Moose Hide Campaign has since grown into a nationwide initiative of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people from local communities, First Nations, schools and many other organizations sharing the commitment to move toward meaningful and lasting reconciliation.

Their walk was one of many across Canada.

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