Sudbury school honours resilience recognizes learning from the past

Grade 6 students at Queen Elizabeth II Public School enjoying a their nutrition break in their classroom on  the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation before the school's Terry Fox Run. (Daniel Bertrand/CTV News Northern Ontario) Grade 6 students at Queen Elizabeth II Public School enjoying a their nutrition break in their classroom on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation before the school's Terry Fox Run. (Daniel Bertrand/CTV News Northern Ontario)

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