Manitoba Metis Federation offers Prayers and Condolences to the Families and Friends affected in the London Bombings
Winnipeg, Manitoba – President David Chartrand, the Board of Directors of the Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF), and the Members of the Manitoba Metis Community wish to extend our deepest condolences and sympathies. “These actions have had an impact on many people and we would like to offer our thoughts and prayers for all in London and elsewhere who have lost Family and Friends by these acts of terror” stated President Chartrand.
Out of respect for all of the Families and Victims of today’s attacks, the Manitoba Metis Federation will be lowering the Infinity Flag to half-mast.
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