APTN National News
When the Indian residential school agreement was first announced, it was viewed as a chance for healing and reconciliation.
But some law firms scrambled to scoop up as many clients as possible, filling out the application forms earned high commissions.
That legal gold rush is now revealing a tarnished truth that survivors have been allegedly hoodwinked out of their compensation dollars.
APTN National News reporter Kathleen Martens has this story.