Saskatchewan farmer ordered to stand trial in shooting death of indigenous man
NORTH BATTLEFORD, Sask. — A judge has ordered a Saskatchewan farmer to stand trial in the shooting death of an indigenous man.
The sign reads simply "2 cure cancer 1.00". The two smiling faces manning the lemonade stand say much more.
London Hamilton and her friend Hayley Oakley, both 6-years-old want to raise money for fighting cancer.
"We want to save people from dying from cancer," Hayley says.
London's dad was diagnosed with cancer, so she came up with the idea of holding a lemonade stand to raise money. She wants to help not just her dad, but others who are affected by the disease.
The pair were set up on the grass by the Glasgow Square parking lot during the dragon boat practices for Race on the River. London plans on coming back on other days to sell as well.