Saskatchewan Shanghai to Vancouver B.C

Young homeless men get shanghaied to Vancouver British Columbia from North Battleford Saskatchewan like refugees.

 

Media talk to Jeremy Roy and Charles Neil Curly, two homeless men from Saskatchewan outside the Vancouver railway station and bus depot Wednesday, March 9, 2016. They were taken in in Vancouver by the Union Gospel Mission, which runs programs and a shelter for homeless people on the Downtown Eastside.

 

21-year-old Jeremy Roy and 23-year-old Charles Neil Curly of N. Battleford took a greyhound bus to get out of dodge tickets were compliments of the Saskatchewan government.

.  First Nations News

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