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Hundreds of people took to Yellowknife streets Friday afternoon as part of the Dene Nation memorial gathering honouring the remains of an estimated 215 children found at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C.
Community leaders and residential school survivors shared their stories and honoured the children, their families and all survivors at stops along the march route, which ended with a feeding the fire ceremony at Somba K’e Park.
Marchers, many with orange ribbons pinned to their jackets, gathered at the former site of the Akaitcho Hall residential school downtown around noon for a prayer and words from, among
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