'Very heavy week': 12 funerals for people who died of TB after graves discovered

The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation celebrated the lives of 12 people who died of tuberculosis between the 40s and 60s after discovering their graves. (Galen McDougall/CTV News Edmonton) The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation celebrated the lives of 12 people who died of tuberculosis between the 40s and 60s after discovering their graves. (Galen McDougall/CTV News Edmonton)

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