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Humber Police Foundations class

Humber Police Foundations stand together to denounce violence against women and girls

Humber Police Foundations classAt Humber’s Orangeville Campus the Police Foundations class — men and women included — stood together, along with Director Joe Andrews, and joined the Headwaters White Ribbon Campaign’s call to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls. Join with these young men and women: sign the pledge.

Lacrosse coach Matt Sawyer launches Year Two campaign to end violence against women and girls

Matt Sawyer, Head Coach of the Rayburn Construction Junior A Northmen lacrosse team, and his son, Carson.Matt Sawyer, Head Coach of the Rayburn Construction Jr. A Northmen lacrosse team, is featured in first of the Headwaters White Ribbon campaign’s 2013 poster series.  “I will not remain silent about violence against women,” Sawyer pledges. Continue reading

Ending violence against women: Local men set an example

Terry Sanderson holding the White Ribbon poster featuring him, his son Josh and his granddaughter Ashley.Terry Sanderson, his son Josh and six-year-old granddaughter Ashley are the first group of people featured in the Headwaters White Ribbon Committee poster campaign launched on Monday (June 11). The aim of the campaign is to inspire men of all ages in the community to never commit, condone or remain silent when it comes to issues involving violence against women.
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