Quilts for residential school survivors project in Timmins gets global support

After the discovery of 215 children’s bodies in Kamloops B.C., Vanessa Genier of Timmins decided to use her passion for quilting to support other Indigenous people. (Photo courtesy of Vanessa Genier) After the discovery of 215 children’s bodies in Kamloops B.C., Vanessa Genier of Timmins decided to use her passion for quilting to support other Indigenous people. (Photo courtesy of Vanessa Genier)

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