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First Nations, Métis and Rural HEADSTRONG Summit

The inaugural First Nations, Métis and Rural HEADSTRONG Summit, held at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta on October 4, 2016. Kainai High School in southern Alberta is joining them in shining a light on mental wellness.

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