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A community-based home for children in Beauval, Saskatchewan.

More temporary placement options are available for northern children who cannot stay safely at home.

The village of Beauval and thegovernment of Saskathuwan have partnered to create a five-space, short-term, community-based home for children under the age of 12.

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" Access to culture, traditional teachings and rituals leads to better results, so we are working to increase placement options in northern Saskatchewan to help children attending care stay in the home community as much as possible. We are, "said Jean Makowski, Minister of Social Services.

"Community placement allows children to stay in school and make regular visits with their parents, within the limits of their customs and cultural traditions, supported by the community.

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The state has parents dealing with safety concerns or longer-term care options While being found, it said it offers an immediate deployment option.

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This is the second house of this kind in Beauval, the first house is always the children around It is close to us or has reached the capacity. community.

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With annual funding, about $ 728,000 was put into this project from the state.

"This is a great opportunity for locals to be hired in an area where our culture, traditions and kinship are deeply ingrained among communities and can sustain children in the north. That's what Mayor Nick said. Daigno.

"We are proud to develop a northern model of the partnership between the province and the municipality to provide this highly needed service to the north."

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