Brampton students stranded in Cambodia by passport theft should be home by Saturday

Ten Brampton high school students stranded in Cambodia after their passports were stolen during a social justice trip should be home by Saturday morning (Dec. 22), the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board says.

The Grade 11/12 students from St. Edmund Campion Catholic Secondary School were helping build latrines in a rural community. They also took 1,100 pounds of school supplies to be distributed to students.

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