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Why these 2 teens welded a rose to remember Tina Fontaine

It took Trinity Harry and Joseph Ginter, two 16-year-old students who attend Winnipeg's R. B. Russell Vocational High School, about 30 hours to forge this metal rose in honour of Tina Fontaine, a 15-year-old from Sagkeeng First Nation whose body was found in the Red River in 2014. The idea was sparked by Trinity's experiences.
It took Trinity Harry and Joseph Ginter, two 16-year-old students who attend Winnipeg's R. B. Russell Vocational High School, about 30 hours to forge this metal rose in honour of Tina Fontaine, a 15-year-old from Sagkeeng First Nation whose body was found in the Red River in 2014. The idea was sparked by Trinity's experiences. 2:09