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Waterloo Chronicle

‘She is your neighbour’: staying focused on domestic violence in waterloo region

Podcast campaign keeps light on issue, as ‘storms of isolation’ keep it hidden

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Kitchener Post

Domestic violence is everyone’s problem, campaign emphasizes

Close to 30 per cent of Canadian women will experience intimate partner violence

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The Record

Podcast shines light on domestic violence

Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region wants to raise awareness about its prevalence in Waterloo Region

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CityNews Everywhere

New podcast explores issue of domestic violence

The CEO of Women’s Crisis Services says it needs to be talked about now more than ever

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Kitchener Post

More people are encouraged to tell their story, organizers say

More people are encouraged to tell their story, organizers say

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Kitchener Post

Cambridge chamber of commerce honours groups, leaders with community awards

The best of the best honoured at Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Awards

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The Waterloo Region Record

With domestic violence at an all-time high, Women’s Crisis Services focuses on survivors

With the need for support to deal with domestic violence at an all-time high, Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region has launched the third season...

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