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    1. Walk of Hope spreads message from Prince Albert to Regina

      CBC via Yahoo Canada NewsMay 22 10:35 AM

      Walkers are set to travel from Prince Albert to Regina, making a stop in Saskatoon along the way. "Statistically, one in four women across Canada have been abused," said Conrad Burns, one of the organizers. This is the third year of the Walk of Hope, but the first it has been held in conjunction with another event in Prince Albert, Rise Up.

    2. 'Rise Up' event to raise awareness about abuse towards women

      CBC via Yahoo Canada NewsMay 18 05:40 AM

      Rise Up is an event in Prince Albert created to raise awareness about the abuse towards women. "If we can make one more woman feel safe, that is our goal," said Conrad Burns, one of the organizers of Rise Up. - May 19 - Rise Up kickoff at Prince Albert City Hall will include a social media challenge - 10 a.m. - May 22 - Walk of Hope begins at Prince Albert City Hall - 9 a.m.

    3. A small, but determined group of people is walking more than 400 kilometres through Saskatchewan to call on people to rise up against violence and abuse.

    4. Walking for Hope

      The Prince Albert Daily HeraldMay 22 06:53 PM

      Rise Up organizers embark on journey to Regina

    5. Activists fight abuse with social media

      The Prince Albert Daily HeraldMay 20 02:23 AM

      Organizers and activists were at City Hall on Tuesday to officially kick off the Rise Up against Violence and Abuse social media campaign.

    6. DSCC Preferred Chairman’s Opponent in 2006 Primary

      The Rothenberg Political ReportApr 28 10:43 AM

      If the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee had its way a decade ago, its current chairman probably wouldn’t be in the Senate today. In the 2006 cycle, Democratic strategists in Washington preferred state Auditor John Morrison in the Montana Senate race, hoping to avoid a primary and keep the party focused on defeating Republican incumbent Conrad Burns. But state Sen. Jon Tester was ...

    7. If the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee had its way a decade ago, its current chairman probably wouldn't be in the Senate today.

    8. BILLINGS -- For 10 years, Crow Indians have nervously waited, sometimes into December, as Congress has debated whether to extend the Indian Coal Production Tax Credit in one year increments.

    9. House Speaker John Boehner was having none of it Thursday morning.

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