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Meet the brave women patrolling Regina’s toughest neighbourhood

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Some of the White Pony Lodge volunteers return from a Friday evening patrol. (David Gutnick/CBC)

By David Gutnick, CBC News, January 7, 2018

It’s 6 p.m. on a cold Friday evening. Outside, the temperature hovers around -20 C.

Eight women sit in a circle in a bare-bones office in a nondescript building on 5th Avenue in downtown Regina, smack in the middle of a neighbourhood called North Central. Eleven thousand residents live in the surrounding blocks, in rundown apartment buildings and small houses on tiny lots, squeezed in between two sets of railway tracks. Read the rest of this entry

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Mother of Indian Posse gang leaders hopes book is a teaching tool

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Daniel Wolfe at Regina Court of Queen’s Bench on November 18, 2009. Wolfe was found guilty on two counts of first degree murder in a violent home invasion in Fort Qu’Appelle. Bryan Schlosser / Regina Leader-Post

by Barb Pacholik, Regina Leader-Post, September 18, 2016

Before the mother of Danny and Richard Wolfe — founders of the Indian Posse street gang — decided to share her story and theirs for a book, she first sought permission in a spiritual ceremony. Read the rest of this entry

Warriors Off The Res: Aboriginal Gangs in Winnipeg

Vice News, July 10, 2014
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Winnipeg police arrest 57 members of Manitoba Warriors

Rifles and other items seized during raids against alleged members of the Manitoba Warriors gang.

Rifles and other items seized during raids against alleged members of the Manitoba Warriors gang.

By David Larkins ,Winnipeg Sun, Friday, January 24, 2014

Winnipeg police have dealt a significant blow to what they call the city’s most powerful street gang, punctuating a nine-month investigation with a major bust on Main Street late last week. Read the rest of this entry