The school is notorious for endless stories of abuse, including an electric chair
Province of Ontario also arguing to keep case in province while Canada supports move
‘I don’t trust anybody’: St. Anne’s survivor feels betrayed, as federal government seeks $25K from lawyer
A former St. Anne’s Indian Residential School student says she has lost faith in Crown-Indigenous…
‘Shot across the bow’: Federal government seeking $25K in legal fees from St. Anne’s residential school lawyer
The federal government is seeking $25,000 in court fees from an Ottawa lawyer representing the…
Ten years after former prime minister Stephen Harper’s historic federal apology to residential school survivors, former students of St. Anne’s Indian Residential School in Ft. Albany, Ontario are still fighting to have their stories told.
Survivors from a notorious Catholic-run Indian residential school which used an electric chair are now contemplating how to respond to a double-barreled courtroom loss
K-10106 can’t be identified by name as a result of ongoing litigation, but the survivor from St. Anne’s wants to make it clear the continued battles before Ontario’s courts are not about narrow definitions of jurisdiction and settlement law, but about pain in the flesh, blood and soul.