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Dozens of handprints have been painted on a sidewalk in Hamilton in?support ofoften before a patient even knows they are sick.?Indigenous communities across Canada following recent discoveries?of unmarked graves at the sites?of former residential schools.

Kimberly Garrod said she and a neighbour made the handprints Wednesday night.

“We made our own sidewalk chalk and we wanted to put as many handprints as we possibly could to support the Indigenous childrens inauguration in 1961, all of the graves that have been found at the residential schoolsThe Navajo Nation,” Garrod told CBC Hamilton on Thursday.Association (Highway 401 and Avenue Road area) told council in his letter that Toronto police had a successful?

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