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243 crosses cover the lot on the south west corner of Brady and Paris Streets as part of Crosses for Change that memorialize victims in the overdose and opioid crisis

SUDBURY, ON - MAY 9 - 243 crosses cover the lot on the south west corner of Brady and Paris Streets as part of Crosses for Change that memorialize victims in the overdose and opioid crisis in Sudbury. May 9, 2022. The Crosses for Change was started after Denise Sanduls son Myles Keaney was found dead of an overdose outside the fire station a block away in October 2020. She placed a cross at the fire station but moved it to the corner near the Sudbury Theatre Centre as other crosses began to accumulate. Sanduls daughters and son-in-laws build, paint, and letter the crosses. Denise visits the site regularly to maintain it. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)
243 crosses cover the lot on the south west corner of Brady and Paris Streets as part of Crosses for Change that memorialize victims in the overdose and opioid crisis
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Credit:
Steve Russell / Contributor
Editorial #:
1240583134
Collection:
Toronto Star
Date created:
May 10, 2022
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Source:
Toronto Star
Object name:
sr_sudburycrosses_19
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5390 x 3508 px (17.97 x 11.69 in) - 300 dpi - 8 MB