Alliance seeks creation of facility to combat addictions – Winnipeg Free Press

March 14, 2019

ON Sept. 19, 2015, an eclectic group of about 20 Winnipeggers gathered at the McPhillips Station Casino to test their luck.

The crew included police officers, firefighters and paramedics. Indigenous leaders, such as Damon Johnston of the Aboriginal Council of Winnipeg, attended, as did business leaders, such as Mark Chipman of True North Sports and Entertainment Ltd. Together they formed the Community Wellness and Public Safety Alliance — or the Alliance, for short.

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