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Take Back The Night

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A small but vocal group with a mission to end all forms of sexual violence took part in the 22nd annual Take Back the Night walk in downtown Sarnia on Sept. 17.

The event featured guest speaker Neva Isaac-Sands, executive director of the Three Fires Woman’s Shelter of Walpole Island, and was organized by the Sexual Assault Survivors Centre.

Ontario announced last week Sarnia’s centre and 41 others across the province will be getting additional funding.

Glenn Ogilvie

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