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One of the first Pride flags on a First Nation was raised at Saugeen First Nation only two days ago.
This morning it was gone, and the Saugeen flag that had been flying above it was left lying on the ground, right by the highway.
The halyards were cut, and as of this writing, no one has been held responsible.
A replacement flag was raised this afternoon, on loan from Grey Bruce Pride.

"We stand with out two-spirit brothers and sisters as they are our community's mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, etc. We will be raising these colours every morning until we return the Pride flag,"

- from the Facebook page of Executive Administrative Assistant Joe Wesley

If anyone has any information, please contact Joe Wesley or Grey Bruce Pride.

 

 

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