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First Nations mother walks 200km in memory of daughters

Every year for the last three years, Stephanie English, a First Nations woman who lost two daughters, has walked roughly 200 kilometers from her home on the Piikani Nation in southern Alberta to Calgary to raise awareness about challenges faced by Indigenous people on and off reserves.

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