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The graduation day that wasn't

Moncton East MLA Chris Collins addresses the grad class in Moncton that would have included his son Sean, who died of cancer at age 13 in 2007. He talks with reporter Kate Letterick just after his address.

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Also, we reach into the CBC Moncton archives for an Oct. 3, 2006 report by Kate which chronicled Sean's visit to Australia organized by the Children's Wish Foundation.

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