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UPDATE!!!! FOUND SAFE AND SOUND! June 20 at approximately 1:00 pm Jenna HARVEY attended 100 Mile House Detachment and was confirmed to be in good health and spirits after being reported missing by family. A friend had picked her up south of 100 Mile House and brought her to the police station. Her family has been updated and she heading to her friends residence. 100 Mile House RCMP wish to thank media and public for their support and assistance in getting information out in a timely manner regarding this missing person investigation. 100 Mile House RCMP will concluding this investigation at this timeCpl.Ryder BIRTWISTLE100 Mile House RCMPTeam "A" SupervisorOriginal Post. Missing Female-100 Mile House RCMPThanks for sharing. RFOn June 19th, 2021, at approximately 3:00 PM, the 100 Mile House RCMP Detachment received a report of a missing person. Jenna HARVEY was reported missing after failing to return home. She was last spoken with by a friend in Williams Lake, BC, on the afternoon of Saturday June 12th, 2021, and claimed to be in 100 Mile House, hitchhiking North to Willams Lake, BC. Jenna is described as a 29 year old, Caucasian female, approximately 5 feet 5 inches in height, approximately 126 pounds in weight (light build) with dirty blonde, shoulder length hair. Please see the attached photographs of Jenna for reference. The 100 Mile House RCMP Detachment requests that anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of Jenna HARVEY, to please contact the nearest RCMP Detachment or policing service immediately or to contact the 100 Mile House RCMP Detachment at 250-395-2456 to speak with an officer. Your assistance with this request is appreciated.Sgt. Brad McKinnon 52380/138072Operations NCO100 Mile House RCMP Detachment250-395-2456 - office ... See MoreSee Less
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In honour of @GMCanada fulfilling its order of making 10M masks for @GovCanHealth, we were proud to donate to the Women’s Contact Society with a gym bag full of GM Canada made face masks! Thank you to the people that keep our community safe and cared for!!! #Communitycare #CaribooGM #GMCanada ... See MoreSee Less
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The renowned actor Patrick Stewart has been a longtime outspoken advocate for survivors of domestic violence. He grew up in a home where his mother suffered frequent abuse from his father and has called violence against women the "single greatest human rights violation of our generation." Stewart has also called on other men to speak out on violence against women, saying: "Violence against women is learned. Each of us must examine - and change - the ways in which our own behavior might contribute to, enable, ignore or excuse all such forms of violence. I promise to do so, and to invite other men and allies to do the same.""The work that I do in campaigns about violence towards women, particularly domestic violence, is something that grew out of my own childhood experience," Stewart said in a speech where he talked about his work with organizations that support survivors of domestic violence, including the UK-based group Refuge. "I do what I do in my mother's name, because I couldn't help her then. Now I can." He also added he had recently learned that his father suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder due to WWII-related combat. After this discovery, he began to work with Combat Stress, an organization that helps combat veterans deal with their experiences in a healthy, non-abusive manner.For two excellent resources for tweens and teens struggling with anger issues, we highly recommend "What to Do When Your Temper Flares" for ages 6 to 12 (www.amightygirl.com/when-your-temper-flares) and "The Anger Workbook for Teens" for ages 13 and up (www.amightygirl.com/the-anger-workbook-for-teens)For an invaluable book for adults about the early warning signs of abusive relationships, myths about abusive personalities, and how to get help, we also recommend "Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men" at www.amightygirl.com/why-does-he-do-thatFor stories of girls and women experiencing and overcoming abuse and violence in their lives -- which offer a helpful way to talk to young people about the widespread problem of violence against women -- visit our “Abuse & Violence" book section at amgrl.co/2BFzFSfAnd, if you’re a parent concerned that your daughter may be in an unhealthy relationship, check out the books “But I Love Him: Protecting Your Teen Daughter from Controlling, Abusive Relationships” (www.amightygirl.com/but-i-love-him) and “Saving Beauty From The Beast: How to Protect Your Daughter from an Unhealthy Relationship” (www.amightygirl.com/saving-beauty-from-the-beast) ... See MoreSee Less
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Contact Eileen Alberton at e.alberton@womenscontact.org for more information and to RSVP! ... See MoreSee Less
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