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Proof of L.O.V.E.

While high profile cases of youth violence make headlines, a group in Halifax has quietly spent the last decade giving young people a place to be heard.

The group is called L.O.V.E. which stands for Leave Out Youth Violence.

It is considered a rare success at helping young people turn their lives around.

Reporter Maggie Rahr spent months getting to know the kids and the leaders at L.O.V.E, to try to find out why it's had such on impact.

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The L.O.V.E website

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