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Vigil of Reconciliation

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About 20 local people attended a ‘Vigil of Reconciliation’ held outside City Hall on Feb. 20 to remember Colten Boushie.

Organized by Dunlop United Church minister Adam Kilner, the candlelight vigil was held to recognize the inequality experienced by First Nations and show solidarity.

Boushie, 22, of the Cree Red Pheasant First Nation, was shot and killed by Saskatchewan a farmer during a confrontation in August of 2016.

Gerald Stanley was acquitted on second-degree murder charges on Feb. 9, sparking nationwide protests.

Glenn Ogilvie

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