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At 9am on Monday, August 3rd, 2000 British Columbians from Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland and as far as Williams Lake gathered in Chemainus to remember the children that were lost, following the announcement of the location of unmarked graves at Kuper Island Industrial School. Organized by the Penelakut Tribe, ‘March for the Children’ began at Chemainus’ Salish Sea Market and continued to Waterwheel Park, where speakers spoke their truths, witnesses listened and Penelakut drummers and dancers performed in ceremony.
IndigiNews: 'In photos: Thousands march in Chemainus, BC, to support victims and survivors of Kuper Island School'