Emotions ran high for a group of residential school survivors in Cardston, Alta.
After six days of hearings in Vancouver Supreme Court, the decision on what to do with Calgary law firm Blott & Company now rests in the hands of Justice Brenda Brown, one of nine judges across the country who oversee the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement.
If allegations turn out to be true, hundreds of residential school survivors may have been victimized all over again.
A hearing into alleged abuses in the residential schools compensation process ended Friday.
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Posters were put up in Honour Walk offices and in strategic locations around the towns where form fillers were working, advertising a five per cent discount on computers for “members of the residential school healing society.” A toll free number was listed on the poster as well as a Web site link: www.nationalcomputersdirect.com.