The Quesnel School District is asking Quesnel Cariboo Observer readers to post an Every Child Matters poster (found on page 5 of the Sept. 29 Observer Classifieds) in their windows to show support to residential school survivors. (Cassidy Dankochik Photo - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

The Quesnel School District is asking Quesnel Cariboo Observer readers to post an Every Child Matters poster (found on page 5 of the Sept. 29 Observer Classifieds) in their windows to show support to residential school survivors. (Cassidy Dankochik Photo - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Quesnel Observer page to honour residential school survivors

The Quesnel School District is asking residents to post a page from the Observer in their windows

Schools and other organizations from across B.C. will be closed on Sept. 30, for Canada’s first ever national day of truth and reconciliation.

The Quesnel School District board is asking residents to help honour the victims and survivors of Canada’s residential schools with help from the Quesnel Cariboo Observer.

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On page 8 of the classified section of the Sept. 29 edition of the Observer, readers will find a special advertisement. The Aboriginal Education Centre is asking everyone to cut out and hang the “Every Child Matters” poster in the window.

There will be a ceremony on Sept. 30 at LeBourdais Park in Quesnel to honour and remember the victims of Canada’s residential schools.

Do you have something to add to this story, or something else we should report on? Email: cassidy.dankochik@quesnelobserver.com


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