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DAVIS DAY: COAL MINERS & COMMUNITY CONNECTION

By Debra McNabb
Twenty-five years after the Westray explosion, people in Pictou County, Nova Scotia, and across Canada, are reminded of the burden of sorrow carried by coal mining communities everywhere. We share a heritage of lasting grief, but we also share a history of community connection.
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By the Restorative Relations Working Group
First Nations people do not want to honour what feels like a celebration of colonialism. Instead, we want to honour the Indian residential school survivor legacy and the restoration of our identity as Indigenous peoples. This is our festival and you are invited.
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