from Capital Daily By Zoë Ducklow June 30, 2022
Just over a year ago the Tk'emlúps First Nation announced they had located the remains of 215 children at the former site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School. The news resounded across Canada, forcing many non-Indigenous people to confront the awful truth of what happened in residential schools. Survivors have lived with that truth, some silently, for decades. When it flashed into the news cycle, for many it ripped open wounds of grief and trauma.
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Pictures by by Magdalenaa Muir who attended the event at the legislature today.