Daybreak North | Oct 3, 2013 | 10:31

Residential school runners and the '67 Pan-Am Games.

In 1967, a group of First Nations men ran for five days towards Winnipeg.They carried a torch, that would soon light the cauldron, for the Pan Am Games.But controversy soon ensued. Betsy Trumpener speaks with one of the runners, Charlie Nelson.

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