As It Happens | Jun 24, 2013 | 7:20

Saskatchewan’s Metis Await Return of Historic “Bell of Batoche”

A conversation with John Lagimodiere, chair of the Batoche Historic Site, about the anticipated return of the “Bell of Batoche”, stolen from an Ontario Legion Hall in the 1990s. In July, it’s expected the bell will be returned to the Metis people.

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