TORONTO, June 21 /CNW/ - Families of victims of the bombing of Air India
Flight 182, that crashed as a result of an act of terrorism on June 23, 1985,
will be joined by Mayor David Miller and representatives of the federal and
provincial governments in an official dedication for the memorial on Saturday.
Date: Saturday, June 23
Time: 9 a.m.
Location: Humber Bay Park East (Lakeshore Blvd W. and Park Lawn Rd.
Stay on Park Lawn Rd. until you reach the parking lot).
The key features of the memorial are a sundial and inscription wall,
bearing the names of the 329 people that were aboard Air India 182, and the
two baggage handlers killed by an associated bomb in Narita Airport, Japan.
The memorial is situated in the City of Toronto's Humber Bay Park East.
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