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Seventh Day Vigil

The North Shore Multicultural Society held a Seventh Day Vigil in Civic Plaza at City Hall, a candlelight memorial for loved ones lost aboard Flight 752.

Here are photos and moments from the Seventh Day Vigil ceremony:

Seventh Day Vigil2


Condolence Book 

If you wish to leave a card or sign the condolence book, please come into City Hall between 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday to Friday.

Memorial Book of Condolence


We have preserved Items from this memorial and will present them to the North Shore Multicultural Society.

Flags at Half Mast

Our flags were flying at half-mast in memory of the Canadian citizens who perished, and in support of our community members who have lost family and friends.

Grief Counselling

Family Services of the North Shore is offering emotional support for those in our community affected by the tragedy.
Contact: Family Counsellor, Dina Amouzgar  236-982-9855 in English or Farsi. 


More info: Canada’s response to Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 tragedy.

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