November 09, 2022

Making a permanent place for the world to learn about residential schools

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation is in line for $28.5 million in federal funding. Executive Director Stephanie Scott said the funding will help create a permanent place for the world to learn the truth about Canada’s residential schools.

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