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Truth & Reconciliation Day at the park sees about 1,000 attend in Prince George

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About 1,000 people were in attendance to acknowledge National Day for Truth & Reconciliation in Prince George on Friday. Residential school survivors and their families who wished to be drummed into the event were invited to do so and then they took to the stage to be honoured by the sea of orange-clad attendees. One minute of silence took place to honour and remember the 215 who were discovered in unmarked graves at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.
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Truth & Reconciliation Day at the park sees about 1,000 attend in Prince George

About 1,000 people were in attendance to acknowledge National Day for Truth & Reconciliation in Prince George on Friday at Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park from 2 to 3 p.m.

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Over 1,000 turn out for National Truth and Reconciliation Day ceremony in Prince George

Over 1,000 turn out for National Truth and Reconciliation Day ceremony in Prince George

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