Researcher calls for public inquiry into medical experimentation on students not compensated in settlement agreement

After he published his research in 2013 exposing medical experimentation on students at residential schools involving withholding of certain foods, the invitations started coming in for Dr. Ian Mosby.

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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.

3 thoughts on “Researcher calls for public inquiry into medical experimentation on students not compensated in settlement agreement

  1. Some of IAP claimants have said they wondered if they were being dis believed. There was a legalistic atmosphere and subtle form of questioning almost cross-examining of claimants of having to prove their claims.

  2. What now you want to find out the results of the experiment is all . Instead of just believing that these basterds had performed exsperaments on my people. Plus it was indorse by the government and so called church.

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