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Saskatchewan shelters anticipate more demand, but have fewer beds available

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YWCA Regina, which runs My Aunt’s Place for women and children. Saskatchewan shelters slash space as domestic violence rises during pandemic “There’s no doubt there’s going to be a higher need for us.

I think as a community of service providers, we are looking at our cold weather strategy with different lens this year, and revisiting what some of our plans are going to be over the winter.”Coomber-Bendtsen said ahead of the coronavirus pandemic, there was an “incredibly large group of the community” on the brink of poverty and potentially becoming homeless.

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