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Reward offered to help locate MMIWG

 By Miranda Leybourne  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Manitoba Metis Federation is providing a financial reward for information on cold case files that lead to locating missing individuals. In response to the exploitation and human trafficking crisis that Brandon is facing, which the Sun reported about on Saturday, and the murders of four Indigenous women in Winnipeg, the National Government of the Red River Metis said it is providing support and advocacy to survivors and families of all missing and murdered Metis citizens through a program called Pey Key Way Ta Hin (Bring Me Home). In addition, the Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is providing $10,000 rewards for information that leads to finding missing Metis citizens.   Through the Infinity Women Secretariat, which connects women with cultural, employment, leadership and governance

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