Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Terror Victim Christine Archibald Remembered at Memorial in Castlegar, B.C

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Terror Victim Christine Archibald Remembered at Memorial in Castlegar, B.C

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London terror victim remembered at B.C. memorial

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CASTLEGAR, B.C. - An organizer says hundreds turned out Sunday evening in Castlegar, B.C., for a memorial service honouring several young people from the West Kootenay community, including a local woman who was killed in a terror attack in London.

Deb McIntosh says Christine Archibald's family attended the peace and healing vigil and the 30-year-old's father spoke briefly.

McIntosh says she believes people walked away from the vigil "a little lighter in heart."

Archibald was from Castlegar but trained as a social worker in Calgary and worked in homeless shelters there before travelling to Europe to be with her fiance.

She died June 3 in the terror attack when three men armed with knives drove a van into pedestrians crossing London Bridge. …

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