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A Mi’kmaq family says more needs to be done to help residential school survivors, especially elders facing institutional care – this time in an old age home.
First Nation leaders say the compensation for survivors doesn’t address their healthcare needs later in life.
APTN’s Trina Roache has the story.
1 thought on “Residential school settlements fail to address survivor’s healthcare needs later in life”
Very correct so many issues as a result, that continue in later years. It becomes very difficult for many including myself. Such poor plannning and involvement by those who brokered this deal for us. I do agree this needs to be looked into to assist survivors, who are suffering from poor health today unnecessarily.
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