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The Family Centre would like to thank the participating organizations for supporting the development of this guide, and their on-going service of youth in our community.
To update your organization’s listing, or be added to the guide, please contact: [email protected]*The acronym Asexual.
Phone: 1-888-456-2323 (Toll Free) Email: [email protected] Website: THE BELT MEN’S PROJECT Below the Belt is a support and services for males involved in the sex trade.
Drop-in: Tuesdays, 6pm-9pm Address: #103, 11745 Jasper Ave Phone: 780-263-2221 Website: CELLAR YOUTH CENTRE The Cellar is an all-inclusive community youth centre that is open to youth ranging from grade six to grade 12, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 3pm-5pm.
Download this guide as a network of student-run groups that provides a safe place for any and all students to meet and learn about all different orientations, to support each other while working together to end homophobia, and to raise awareness and promote equality for all human beings.
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Courtney Heather, a sex worker who signed up to the KARE scheme, told Vice: 'I did it so somebody could find me if I got murdered.
They became aware their conversation had been broadcast and immediately turned the system off," he said.
"The Winnipeg Police Service, the flight operations unit and the involved members sincerely apologize to all members of the public, especially those who overheard the broadcast." Michalyshen was tight-lipped about details of the incident but said some of the remarks in the conversation were inappropriate.