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23 moments from Vancouver's Walk for Reconciliation (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

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DH Vancouver Staff Sep 25, 2017 10:09 am 434

An event billed as a “positive movement” to foster better relationships among Indigenous peoples and all Canadians drew 50,000 people to the downtown core of Vancouver on Sunday.

Known as the Walk for Reconciliation the march, which was organized by the City of Vancouver and Reconciliation Canada as part of its Canada 150+ programming; is meant to bring together people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures and faiths as communities and as individuals.

Here are 23 moments from this year’s event:

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