A new sense of healing was started on Monday during the noon hour, as a group of a few dozen people gathered on the steps of the Moose Jaw court house.
After many took to social media following the ruling of the Gerald Stanley trial on Friday, protests took place across the country and even fundraisers were created for those involved in the incident that happened back in 2016.
Locally, the word spread on social media which lead to an event called 'Moose Jaws day of Action: Justice for Colten Community smudge'. Those in attendance joined organizers in song and prayer to the creator, as well as were given the chance to smudge.
The message on Monday wasn't to pick a side, but to help heal those affected and to work together to find a way forward in peaceful manner.