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COVID-19 spike in Prairie Hutterite colonies has led to discrimination, say community members

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The minister with a southeastern Manitoba colony threatened to file a complaint with the Manitoba Human Rights Commission due to the stigma created by the provincial government’s reporting of COVID-19 cases.
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CORRECTION: A previous version of this video contained footage of a horse and carriage that wrongly suggested this is a mode of transport used by Prairie Hutterite colonies. That footage has been removed in this version of the video

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