Grassroots survivors have resentments about settlement agreement outcome

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Paul has been described by the Ryerson Review of Journalism as “one of Canada’s best Aboriginal affairs investigative reporters.” He won the Journalists for Human Rights annual Lifetime Achievement award in 2016. Prior to joining APTN, Paul served as national news editor/senior writer for Windspeaker, an Edmonton-based Aboriginal news publication distributed nationally. His stint with Windspeaker began in 1997, after nearly five years with the Six Nations weekly newspaper Tekawennake.

2 thoughts on “Grassroots survivors have resentments about settlement agreement outcome

  1. As a survivor there isn’t enough money in the wotld to right the wrongs that were involved in these establishments. I lost my time with my family, lost some of my culture and language. I got cheated out some of the settlement because Dia registered me wrong at the school. We were treated like sheep, with all the jail house rules and punishment. Glad my kids didnt go through this stupid gov. Programs directed by DIA

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