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Published on Mar 6, 2010
Socho Orai Fujikawa, bishop of the Jodo Shinshu Temples of Canada, chants and prays at the bandstand at Revelstoke's Grizzly Plaza on March 4, 1010, during a ceremony to honour the 58 men who died 100 years before in Canads's worst avalanche disaster. Thirty-two of the men who died were from Japan, workers contracted by the Canada Nippon Company to work on the Canadian pacific Railway. Descendants of two of the workers who died in 1910 flew to British Columbia for the 2010 ceremony in Revelstoke.