Walking for the children

White Bear First Nations community members, and others who wished to show their support, came together at noon on Wednesday to march in memory of the 215 children whose remains were found near a former residential school site in Kamloops, B.C., and to support those who survived the residential schools. Organizers of the march were overwhelmed as community members of all ages came out to show support. For more on this, please see Page 18

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