November 18, 2018

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Opinion

The girl they knew

Former teachers, classmates remember Tina Fontaine as fun-loving, bright

Tina Fontaine's casket is surrounded by  flowers and items in the colour purple, her favourite colour,  in front of Roman Catholic Church in Sagkeeng First Nation Saturday at her funeral.

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Tina Fontaine's casket is surrounded by flowers and items in the colour purple, her favourite colour, in front of Roman Catholic Church in Sagkeeng First Nation Saturday at her funeral.

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