Symbolic walk

Jara Jules carries a Simpcw flag as she leads close to 80 members and supporters

  • Aug. 16, 2016 6:00 a.m.

Jara Jules carries a Simpcw flag as she leads close to 80 members and supporters of Simpcw First Nation on a short symbolic walk to the Tete Jaune Cache community hall on Saturday morning

Jara Jules carries a Simpcw flag as she leads close to 80 members and supporters of Simpcw First Nation on a short symbolic walk to the Tete Jaune Cache community hall on Saturday morning, Aug. 13. The event was held to mark the 100th anniversary of the forced removal of between 60 and 70 band members to Chu Chua. Many of those taking part in the event were descended from those removed, including Jules.

 

 

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