Shelter for homeless women in Saskatoon closes its doors

Saskatoon Morning

A shelter for homeless women in Pleasant Hill has quietly closed its doors. Mumford House has shut down permanently. The Salvation Army built and opened the shelter nine years ago. Shaun Dyck runs the Saskatoon Housing Initiatives Partnership. He says this closure means 36 fewer shelter beds for women and children in Saskatoon. He spoke with Saskatoon Morning's Jennifer Quesnel.

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