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Vancouver program run on a shoestring by couple with own history of domestic abuse
By Duncan McCue, CBC News, July 6, 2015
The handsome, clean-cut man in his early 30s has a faraway look in his eyes as he struggles to recount an evening years ago — when he assaulted his girlfriend and landed in prison.
“The worst part is, I don’t know exactly what I did. I saw pictures of it when I sobered up the next day. It put a lump in my throat, to think I was capable of doing that.”
As he shares his story, 15 men of all different ages surround him, listening intently. Sage and sweetgrass smoke wafts about the all-purpose room in a community centre in Vancouver’s Eastside.
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