The Lheidli T’enneh First Nation announced the Memorial to honour the 215 children found in an unmarked grave at the Kamloops residential School is back on display at The Exploration Place.

The Memorial was first displayed at City Hall as it was assembled through the contributions of many people who brought children’s shoes, boots, teddy bears, and other items.

It was taken down last Friday and moved on a temporary basis to the facility.

The Memorial is back on display inside the atrium of Exploration Place so people can view it through the large windows.

“People are still grieving for the 215 children and their families. It has been a very difficult two weeks and the pain of this discovery for many people is still strong is not going away anytime soon. Our partners at The Exploration Place stepped up to provide a safe place to store the memorial until a permanent solution can be found, ” stated Dolleen Logan, Lheidli T’enneh Chief.

The Memorial will be on display until at least mid-July.