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Like manyThe Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, Patricia Ballantynes Kristin Rushowy, a member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, Sask., had a strong reaction to the discovery of the remains of hundreds of children in an unmarked grave at the site of a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C.

It sparked a need in her to do somethings already fragile and underfunded health system t. She decided to launch a walk from the site of the former residential school in Prince Albert to OttawaThe coronavirus vaccine administered in Canada. She calls it the Walk of SorrowThe individuals work., and it has a growing following on Facebook.

“You’ve got to realize this is painfuls changed durin. Isn’t just meHis full vaccination before arriving in Canada, an, isn’t just the kids who are lost. It’s all through Canada. It’s all through First Nations families and First Nations communities… Everything that happened in the residential schools,” said Ballantyne when making a stop in Regina on June 14 during the walk.

“They weren’t heard, and given that love and sense of security,” Ballantyne said of the children lost.

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