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Close to 100 attend Charlottetown march to end family violence in P.E.I.

Close to 100 Islanders, including Premier Dennis King, took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.
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Close to 100 Islanders, including Premier Dennis King, took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention. - Stu Neatby
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

Close to 100 Islanders, including Premier Dennis King and several other MLA's, took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence.

This year's event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention, and was held during Family Violence Prevention week.

The noon-hour walk began at the Coles building on Wednesday before proceeding to City Hall.

Close to 100 Islanders, including Mi'kmaq elder Junior Peter-Paul and Logan Clair (right), took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.Stu Neatby/THE GUARDIAN - Stu Neatby
Close to 100 Islanders, including Mi'kmaq elder Junior Peter-Paul and Logan Clair (right), took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.Stu Neatby/THE GUARDIAN - Stu Neatby
Close to 100 Islanders, including Mi'kmaq elder Junior Peter-Paul and Logan Clair (right), took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.Stu Neatby/THE GUARDIAN - Stu Neatby
Close to 100 Islanders, including Mi'kmaq elder Junior Peter-Paul and Logan Clair (right), took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.Stu Neatby/THE GUARDIAN - Stu Neatby
Close to 100 Islanders, including Premier Dennis King, took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.Stu Neatby/THE GUARDIAN - Stu Neatby
Close to 100 Islanders, including Premier Dennis King, took part in the Walk in Silence for Victims of Family Violence. The event was organized by the Premier's Action Committee on Family Violence Prevention.Stu Neatby/THE GUARDIAN - Stu Neatby

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