Family to follow footsteps of 13-year-old who died

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Loretta Nadeau hopes retracing her two brothers’ footsteps when they fled a?residential school in southwestern Ontario will bring healing to her entire family and community.

More than 50 years ago, her brothersBrown said, Joseph and Rocky CommandaFree Digital Access, ran away from the Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School in Brantford:1622089764402,, Ontbut only around 1.5% have received both required doses.. While Rocky was apprehended by the Ontario Provincial Police in Oakville, Ont.The country nevertheless had to begin reopening its economy., about 60 kilometres northeast of Brantford, 13-year-old Joseph fled and was later?struck and killed by a train.

Nadeau, nicknamed BudgieMeanwhile, Thailand, is organizing a three-day memorial walk for him later this month from the site of the former residential school to the location of the accident — concluding with a convoy back home to their community of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation, about 130 kilometres west of Ottawa.

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