Blue Sky | Nov 5, 2013 | 6:01

Three deaths spur discussion on inner-city violence

Blue Sky host Garth Materie speaks with Erica Beaudin with Regina Treaty/Status Indian Services about a special discussion taking place to talk about the deaths of three young people in Regina's inner city.

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