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Thousands of paper cranes honours children lost at residential schools

Manitoba's Japanese community is folding thousands of paper cranes to donate to local Indigenous organizations. The idea was sparked after remains of 215 children were discovered on the grounds of the former Indian residential school near Kamploops, B.C. The cranes represent wishes of peace for the children who died.

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