Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR05 - (Residential-School-Cemetery)

REGINA. x-11s. A residential school cemetery on the edge of Regina is now Saskatchewan's first such cemetery to be designated as a provincial heritage site. Archeologists believe dozens of Indigenous children are buried there in unmarked graves. Elder Noel Starblanket, who spoke at the designation ceremony, said the children need to be remembered.

("...remember them.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: Heather Bear, vice-chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, says no one knows who these children were, but they were loved and had families who grieved their loss.

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PR04 - (Residential-School-Cemetery)

REGINA. x-16s. Along a dusty gravel road on the edge of Regina is a residential school cemetery that is now Saskatchewan's first such cemetery to be designated as a provincial heritage site. Archeologists believe dozens of Indigenous children are buried there in unmarked graves. …

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