Orana police launch Project Walwaay to help Aboriginal youths

Taylor Dodge
Updated October 30 2019 - 3:47pm, first published 3:25pm
GROUNDBREAKING: Inspector Natalie Antaw, Western Region acting assistant commissioner Peter McKenna, Senior Constable Sally Treacey and Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys at the program's launch. Photo: CONTRIBUTED
GROUNDBREAKING: Inspector Natalie Antaw, Western Region acting assistant commissioner Peter McKenna, Senior Constable Sally Treacey and Deputy Commissioner Gary Worboys at the program's launch. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

At-risk youth in the Orana district are expected to have a brighter future thanks to the launch of a groundbreaking program.

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Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge

Crime and Breaking News Reporter

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