Sports world remembers 215 children lost

The Toronto Rock Athletic Centre lowered their flags to half mast to remember the 215 children whose lives were lost in Kamloops.

By Josh Giles Writer The discovery of the 215 children found at the Kamloops Residential School and the widespread pain associated with it has stretched into the sports world. Teams such as the Six Nations Arrows and Six Nations Chiefs reflected on the news. “215 will forever be etched in our memories,” the Arrows said, “A reminder of an unequivocal wrong that was done to so many families and that wrong still hurts to this very day. 215 is another reminder that these children along with so many more never made it home. Please continue to educate everyone.” For the Chiefs the message was simply said, “Remember. Inform. Educate. Never forget.” The news of the atrocity affected many in the lacrosse world reaching up to National Lacrosse League (NLL) teams….

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