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Location Portrait

Location Portrait

Clynt King is a retired environmental technician who led the Six Nations council to acquire their own GPR machine more than a decade ago. He knows the significance, and challenge, of finding unmarked grave sites that nations around the country are likely to face. He is photographed at the New Credit Cemetery in Hagarsville , Ontario on June 15, 2021. This is where he first used the GPR machine to locate an unmarked grave. (Photo by Peter Power for The Toronto Star)
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Keywords:graves, unmarked, technology, indigenous, six, nations, GPR