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‘Walk to Remember’ won’t be forgotten

Clean water and close communities—that’s what the “Walk to Remember” was all about.

Al Hunter, from Rainy River First Nation, was one of a rotating group that walked around Lake Superior for 57 days this summer. Their goal was to bring people together to protest the dirtying of our water.

“All people need to come together to say this can’t happen any more,” Hunter stressed.

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