Kya Patterson, 11, sits on the rainbow sidewalk at Yale First Nation. (Kat Stirling photo)

Kya Patterson, 11, sits on the rainbow sidewalk at Yale First Nation. (Kat Stirling photo)

Rainbow crosswalk makes stunning background at Yale First Nation

Mom says finding the painted rainbow was a special moment for her daughter

One of the first places to show equality through the image of a rainbow in Hope, was at Yale First Nation.

Their painted sidewalk attracts all sorts of photo opportunties to the public, and is meant as a message of inclusion.

It was a special find for mother and daughter, Kya Patterson and Kat Stirling, who sent it along to the Hope Standard.

“It was a special moment for my girl,” Stirling says. “It’s so nice to see displays of equality in Hope.”

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