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Rally against exploitation

More than 50 people attended today
More than 50 people attended today's rally held by the Fraser Valley Community Action Team against the sexual exploitation of children and youth. The 10th annual event took place at 3 p.m. Tuesday (March 6) at the Abbotsford Youth Commission, by city hall.
— image credit: Kevin Mills photo

The Fraser Valley Community Action Team (FVCAT) against the sexual exploitation of children and youth held its 10th annual public rally today (March 6)

About 50 people turned out to wave signs, listen to speeches and march down South fraser Way.

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