The burned remnants of Sacred Heart Church on the Penticton Indian Reserve, near Penticton, British Columbia, Canada on Monday. Photo: Penticton Herald via AP The burned remnants of Sacred Heart Church on the Penticton Indian Reserve, near Penticton, British Columbia, Canada on Monday. Photo: Penticton Herald via AP
The burned remnants of Sacred Heart Church on the Penticton Indian Reserve, near Penticton, British Columbia, Canada on Monday. Photo: Penticton Herald via AP

Fires destroy two more Catholic churches in Canada’s Indigenous communities

  • Authorities consider the fires suspicious and are looking to determine any possible connection to church fires in the towns of Penticton and Oliver last week
  • The destruction of the churches comes after discoveries of hundreds of bodies buried at former Catholic schools for Indigenous children

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The burned remnants of Sacred Heart Church on the Penticton Indian Reserve, near Penticton, British Columbia, Canada on Monday. Photo: Penticton Herald via AP The burned remnants of Sacred Heart Church on the Penticton Indian Reserve, near Penticton, British Columbia, Canada on Monday. Photo: Penticton Herald via AP
The burned remnants of Sacred Heart Church on the Penticton Indian Reserve, near Penticton, British Columbia, Canada on Monday. Photo: Penticton Herald via AP
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