Canadian Aboriginal genocide- 50,000 children died in residential schools through Canada between 1800-1900s at the hands of Catholic, anglican, and united officials with the help and aid of the Canadian gov't .

'Firetraps,' disease and abusers - At least native children died in Canada's residential schools. Some of the aboriginal children died as runaways and were found frozen to death in snowy fields; others, who tried to escape their abusers, drowned.

The exhibition consists of 118 framed archival photographs, text panels, maps, original classroom textbooks and historical government papers selected from nine public and church archives, and depicts the history and legacy of Canada’s Residential School System. Where are the Children? spans over 125 years and contains photographs and documents from the 1880s to present day. Want to know more about borrowing this exhibition? Contact our Exhibition Manager.

Where are the Children? Healing The Legacy Of The Residential Schools.

Deaths in residential schools

Saving the Uncommon Core of Catholic Education.the Common Core embraces essentially a trade-school mentality.

More than 3,000 aboriginal children died at residential schools — often thanks to causes that could have been prevented — and the federal government failed to properly safeguard the students, accor...

'Everyone in authority' knew of poor conditions at residential schools: report

More than aboriginal children died at residential schools — often thanks to causes that could have been prevented — and the federal government failed to properly safeguard the students, accor.

This site is a counterpart to Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools, a touring exhibition that explores the history and legacy of Canada’s Residential School System through Survivor stories, archival photographs, and documents, curated by Iroquois artist Jeff Thomas.

HEALING THE LEGACY OF THE RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Between 1831 and residential schools operated in Canada through arrangements between the Government of Canada and the church. One common objective defined this period — the assimilation of Aboriginal children.

Canadian History and the Indian Residential School System - YouTube

Secret Path is a ten song album by Gord Downie with a graphic novel by Jeff Lemire that tells the story of Chanie Wenjack.

Indigenous youth are their own heroes – it’s time we listened - The Globe and Mail

Indigenous youth are their own heroes – it’s time we listened

Indigenous youth are their own heroes – it’s time we listened - The Globe and Mail

Fatty Legs: A True Story

Fatty Legs: A True Story

Fatty Legs: A True Story / by Christy Jordan-Fenton & Margaret Pokiak-Fenton ; artwork by Liz Amini-Holmes. My sister loves this story.a bullied girl confronts her tormentor.

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.

Nisga'a residential school survivors return home

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.

Broken Circle: The dark legacy of Indian Residential Schools: A Memoir Book by Theodore Fontaine | Trade Paperback | chapters.indigo.ca

Broken Circle: The dark legacy of Indian Residential Schools: A Memoir

Theodore (Ted) Fontaine lost his family and freedom just after his seventh birthday, when his parents were forced to leave him at an Indian residential school by order of the Roman Catholic Church… read more at Kobo.

Les pensionnats de la honte

Les pensionnats de la honte

Vérité et réconciliation : De quoi s’agit-il? – Cahier de discussion pour la salle de classe (de la 5e à la 12e année) Dans ce cahier, vous trouverez les réponses des élèves aux questions et leurs réactions aux discussions qu’ils ont eues dans leurs classes, des déclarations de survivantes et survivants des pensionnats, des illustrations et des éléments d’information des rapports de la Commission.

Vérité et réconciliation : De quoi s’agit-il? – Cahier de discussion pour la salle de classe (de la 5e à la 12e année) Dans ce cahier, vous trouverez les réponses des élèves aux questions et leurs réactions aux discussions qu’ils ont eues dans leurs classes, des déclarations de survivantes et survivants des pensionnats, des illustrations et des éléments d’information des rapports de la Commission.

David Robertson, Gr. 9 - 12 Seven Generations is told in four graphic novels: Book 1: Stone introduces Edwin, a young man who must discover his family’s past if he is to have any future. Book 3: Ends/Begins features the story of Edwin’s father and his residential-school experience. Book 4: The Pact a story of redemption, as father and his son reconcile their past and begin a new journey.

David Robertson, Gr. 9 - 12 Seven Generations is told in four graphic novels: Book 1: Stone introduces Edwin, a young man who must discover his family’s past if he is to have any future. Book 3: Ends/Begins features the story of Edwin’s father and his residential-school experience. Book 4: The Pact a story of redemption, as father and his son reconcile their past and begin a new journey.

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