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Vigil for victims of Sri Lankan bombings being held in Truro

A candle was lit from The Bethlehem Peace Light in Finland, before it was sent to Truro. The flame will be in town on Feb. 14 and people will be able to light their own candles from it.
A candle was lit from The Bethlehem Peace Light in Finland, before it was sent to Truro. The flame will be in town on Feb. 14 and people will be able to light their own candles from it.
TRURO, N.S. —

A candlelight vigil to commemorate the victims of the bombings in Sri Lanka will be held in Truro Wednesday evening.

The vigil, which is organized by the Sri Lanka Canada Association for the Atlantic Region, will begin at 7 p.m. on April 24 at the Truro Civic Square. People are asked to bring candles with them if possible.

Vigils are also being held in Halifax and Charlottetown.

At least 321 people were killed in the Easter bombings.

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