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United Nurses of Alberta proud to support #HaveAHeartDay

UNA First Vice-President Jane Sustrik signs a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling on the federal government to improve services for First Nations children in Canada.
UNA First Vice-President Jane Sustrik signs a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling on the federal government to improve services for First Nations children in Canada.

United Nurses of Alberta First Vice-President Jane Sustrik signed a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (yesterday) calling on the federal government to improve services for First Nations children and youth in Canada.

The letter is an initiative of Have a Heart Day, a national child and youth-led reconciliation campaign aimed at bringing together caring Canadians to help ensure First Nations children have the services they need to grow up safely at home, get a good education, be healthy, and be proud of their cultures.

Today (February 10th), an event was held on Parliament Hill in Ottawa to raise awareness about this important issue.

Follow #HaveAHeartDay on Twitter to find more supporters of this campaign.

The tally is in: nearly 1,000 letters and Valentines were mailed to the PM today on Parliament Hill! #HaveAHeartDay
The tally is in: nearly 1,000 letters and Valentines were mailed to the PM today on Parliament Hill! #HaveAHeartDay

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