APOLE WITH APURPOSE – Colin Teramuka works Thursday on the healing totem being carved by the Northern Cultural Expressions Society. The totem is for healing purposes for the survivors of residential schools and their decendants. Chips from the carving are being saved, each one representing people affected by the tragedy. Master carver Wayne Price, seen at the rear, is overseeing the project. The totem is to be raised by the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre.
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