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