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A history of residential schools in Canada | CBC News

CBC News answers frequently asked questions about residential school abuse and the federal compensation package.

10 books about residential schools to read with your children. More and more children will be reading stories about the legacy of residential schools and reconciliation in the classroom this year. Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Children, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Canadian Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Indigenous People Of Canada, Indian Residential Schools

10 books about truth and reconciliation to read with your kids | CBC News

More and more children will be reading stories about the legacy of residential schools and reconciliation in the classroom this year.

APTN National News As Ottawa began shutting down its Indian residential school systems, the rate of Indigenous children taken by child-welfare agencies began to rise, … Native Canadian, Canadian History, Native American History, Us History, Residential Schools Canada, Indian Residential Schools, Teaching Abcs, Boarding Schools, Native American Pictures

Child welfare system continuing assimilation begun by Indian residential schools: TRC - APTN News

APTN National News As Ottawa began shutting down its Indian residential school systems, the rate...

Four hundred members of the Nisga'a Ts'amiks, many of whom have not stepped foot in the Nass Valley since they were taken away to residential schools, march towards the Nisga'a Museum in Greenville. Columbia, Four Hundred, Residential Schools, First Nations, North West, March, Museum, Sugar, Culture

Nisga'a residential school survivors return home | CBC News

Hundreds of Nisga'a now living in southern B.C. — most of whom were taken away to residential schools as children — are returning to their homeland in the Nass Valley for the first time.