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On this episode of Moose Talks, we chatted with Isabelle Cayford, whose daughter Adaura passed away in July of 2020 after battling DIPG, a terminal brain tumour. Her family is still lobbying to have Canada institute May 17th as a National Day of Awareness for DIPG, and Isabelle has some new initiatives and fundraising drives in Adaura’s name to announce.
Then, we sat down with activist and former political figure Arthur Hadland who attended an Electoral Boundary Commission town hall in Dawson Creek earlier this week. We hear his take on the importance of representation of the north in the Legislature. That interview starts at 13:25
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