With you until I die’ – CBC

by pmnationtalk on September 7, 20171033 Views

Two First Nations teens, in love and off to college, had a bright future ahead of them.
Now they share a grave, and their small Alberta community is trying its best to heal

In one letter to her boyfriend, she wrote, “I have faith in us and I have faith in you. You make me want to live a long life, so I could be with you until I die. So we can have our own little forever.”

The “little forever” Cory Grey wanted so badly is now a grave, covered by a sheet of plastic, marked by a single white cross.

It is there, in a small cemetery on a remote reserve about 400 kilometres north of Edmonton, that the parents of Cory Grey and Dylan Laboucan go to remember, to share their sense of loss and talk about their hopes for the future, for their families and for their community.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news2/interactives/whitefish-teens-murder-anniversary/

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