“These are actual handcuffs used on First Nation children to take them to residential schools. #timetoheal #idlenomore”

These are actual tiny child handcuffs used by the U. government to restrain captured Native American children and drag them away from their families to send them to the Indian boarding schools. This is sad.

"Home Children" British orphans sent to Canada as farm labour. My father was 12 when he came to Canada and was sent to live on a farm in Brockville, Ontario. He was treated fairly, unlike many others.

depression era children - check out the hair styles - looks like a lot of Mom's kitchen barbering going on.

Residential Schools: A Photo History

Canada's first and only Indian Air Cadet Unit, "No. in The boys are from the Roman Catholic-run Williams Lake, B.

Residential Schools: A Photo History

Canada's first and only Indian Air Cadet Unit, "No. in The boys are from the Roman Catholic-run Williams Lake, B.

St. Anne's Residential School

Cover-up of residential school crimes a national shame: St. Anne’s Indian Residential School in Fort Albany, Ontario, was probably most infamous for having a homemade electric chair that was used to punish children.

Photograph of a group of altar boys at St. Anne's Indian Residential School in Fort Albany, Ont.

A group of Altar Boys at St. Anne's Indian Residential School circa 1945 in Fort Albany, Ont. Some former students have been fighting for years for proper compensation under the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement.

10 Awful Canadian Violations Of Human Rights

The last residential school in Canada, White Calf Collegiate, (in Lebret, Saskatchewan) closed in In a settlement was offered to former students. Why is it difficult for First Nations today to obtain settlements/reparations? What are some barriers?

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