Muffins for Granny - Filmmaker Nadia McLaren assembles an emotionally complex portrait of her Ojibwa grandmother in this narrative exploration of Canada's residential school system and its brutal effect on the indigenous population. Stitching together home movies, animation and interviews, the documentary conveys the stories of several First Nation elders barred as youths from embracing their heritage and struggling later in life to gain a cultural foothold.

Muffins for Granny: Stories From Survivors of the Canadian Residential School System

In their words: What residential school survivors told the Truth and Reconciliation Commission | Globalnews.ca

In their words: What residential school survivors told the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

In their words: What residential school survivors told the Truth and Reconciliation Commission | Globalnews.ca

Information on the innocent ones who died, trying to escape from the mandated school away from their parents, family, tribes. Now with the Great Spirit http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/truth-reconciliation-commission-final-report-escapees-1.3364325?cmp=abfb

5 stories of residential school escapees who died

Alberta residential school children - 5 stories of residential school escapees who died Accounts of ill-fated escapes contained in final report of TRC - Tim Fontaine · CBC News December 2015

Coqualeetza Institute, Sardis, BC, 1886 To 1940. The Origional Building Burned Down In 1891,When The New Building Opened In 1894 It Was The Largest Indian Residential School In British Columbia.

Coqualeetza Institute, Sardis, BC, 1886 To The Origional Building Burned Down In The New Building Opened In 1894 It Was The Largest Indian Residential School In British Columbia.

Principal George Raley, Chief William (K'HHalserten) Sepass, the chief’s daughter, and some boys from Coqualeetza Industrial Institute, c. 1932. Raley was a collector and proponent of Aboriginal artwork and incorporated carving and basketry into the school curriculum. Sepass was chief of the Skowkale First Nation, in whose territory the school was located. UCCA, 86.229/5-38

Principal George Raley, Chief William (K'HHalserten) Sepass, the chief’s daughter, and some boys from Coqualeetza Industrial Institute, c. 1932. Raley was a collector and proponent of Aboriginal artwork and incorporated carving and basketry into the school curriculum. Sepass was chief of the Skowkale First Nation, in whose territory the school was located. UCCA, 86.229/5-38

Up Ghost River: A Chief's Journey Through The Turbulent Waters Of Native History, Book by Edmund Metatawabin (Paperback) | chapters.indigo.ca

Up Ghost River: A Chief's Journey Through The Turbulent Waters Of Native History

A powerful, raw and eloquent memoir about the abuse former First Nations chief Edmund Metatawabin endured in residential school in the the resulting.

A photo of First Nations children at the St. Mary's Residential school (near Mission, B.C.) (date unknown)

Residential schools seen as ‘major black mark’ in Canadian religious history: poll

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