To the North now where the eyes of the world are on Inuvik.
Forgiving traumatic events in the past has allowed one man to move on in life.
A Mohawk elder is hoping to change an alarming statistic for First Nation children.
Residential school apology rare ‘consensus’ moment during centralized, secretive Harper minority rule: U.S. diplomatic cable
When an “instinctively combative” Stephen Harper reached across party lines to deliver the historic apology to Indian residential school survivors, it marked a rare moment when he attempted “consensus” during a centralized and secretive minority rule, according to a blunt assessment contained in a “secret” U.S. diplomatic cable obtained by APTN National News.
Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission was in Yellowknife Thursday.
A family has been fighting with the federal government for decades to have their son returned home.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s second national event is approaching. The week-long gathering is taking place this June in Inuvik, NWT. Over 1,000 residential school survivors and their families are expected to attend.
Truth and Reconciliation commissioner Marie Wilson talks to APTN National News about the experiences of young women forced to attend residential schools