'I met with residential school survivors for inspiration': Indigenous murals unveiled in downtown London, Ont.

Jingle Dress dancer Mason Sands, 23, dances during a remembrance ceremony in the intersection of Colborne St. and Horton St. in London, Ont. on Sept. 30, 2022. (Source: Brent Lale/CTV London) Jingle Dress dancer Mason Sands, 23, dances during a remembrance ceremony in the intersection of Colborne St. and Horton St. in London, Ont. on Sept. 30, 2022. (Source: Brent Lale/CTV London)

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