Walk for the residential school dead - Elder Keith Ryder and drummer Kelsey Starblanket led the walk of honour in Fort Qu’Appelle for the residential school children found buried in Kamloops, B.C. Shockwaves were sent across the nation last week with the announcement that 215 unmarked graves of children as young as three years old had been discovered at a residential school in Kamloops, B.C. The discovery stirred up many horrible memories for local school survivors.

Flags at the Bert Fox Community High School in Fort Qu’Appelle were lowered to half staff on Monday as hundreds of students, many of them wearing orange shirts of remembrance, took part in an honour march to venerate the 215 children whose unmarked graves were discovered a week ago on the grounds of the Kamloops […]

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