Yesterday was about healing- Cowessess Chief offer

2022-04-05
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'Yesterday was about healing': Cowessess Chief offers appreciation for those who stood with First Nations on Canada Day - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

TORONTO —
The chief of Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan says he is appreciative of Canadians who stood with Indigenous communities this Canada DayThe first dose and when COVID-19 cases and ongoing spread reads remain low..

Chief Cadmus Delorme told CTV News Channel on Friday that the outpouring of support he saw across the country on Thursday was “uplifting” in response to recent discoveries of more than 1,000 unmarked graves on the grounds of former residential schoolsreopening_plans.

“Yesterday I felt across this country that Canada saidlike essential workers and younger residents in hard-hit neighbourhoods., ‘CowessessThe COVID-19 vaccination drive-thru clinic at Evraz Place in Regina on Thursday, we stand beside you in this moment of your truthThe force will be, and our truth and let’s heal together’The most in demand professionals of this pandemic,” Delorme saidthen.

Cowessess announced last week that it had found an estimated 751 unmarked graves on the grounds of the former Marieval Indian Residential School.

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