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Due to today’s weather forecast, the Walk in Silence to raise awareness for family violence prevention scheduled for this afternoon in Charlottetown has been rescheduled as a moment of silence.
The walk was originally scheduled for noon today but will now take place at the same time this Thursday, Feb. 14 at Charlottetown City Hall (199 Queen St.), not outside the Coles Building as previously scheduled.
In lieu of the walk, a moment of silence will be observed. A reception will follow.
The bell tower of City Hall will be lit purple for the week in honour of Family Violence Prevention Week.
To contact P.E.I. Family Violence Services Inc., call: 902-894-3354 ext. 221.