1. Why so many sexual predators at Indian Residential Schools escaped punishment  National Post
  2. Years-long court battle delivers victory to surviving "day scholars" of Canada's residential schools  Global News
  3. 'Nothing for us to celebrate': Idle No More activist explains calls to cancel Canada Day  CTV News
  4. The discovery of mass unmarked graves in Canada has Indigenous people asking: how many more?  The Guardian
  5. For Indigenous writers, the trauma of residential schools looms large  The Globe and Mail
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An estimated 5,000 people committed a sex crime at a residential school during the system's 100 year existence, but fewer than 50 have been convicted

Why so many sexual predators at Indian Residential Schools escaped punishment | National Post

Why so many sexual predators at Indian Residential Schools escaped punishment | National Post

A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government involving hundreds of people left out of residential schools compensation.A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government involving hundreds of people left out of residential schools compensation.

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B.C.'s Better Business Bureau is warning of possible scams aiming to capitalize on the tragic discovery of more than 200 children's remains at a former residential school in Kamloops.B.C.'s Better Business Bureau is warning of possible scams aiming to capitalize on the tragic discovery of more than 200 children's remains at a former residential school in Kamloops.

Scammers may try to capitalize on tragic discovery of children's remains at former residential school, BBB warns | CTV News

The mistreatment of First Nations children in residential schools was appalling – and racial injustices persist, say Indigenous academics Cindy Blackstock and Pamela PalmaterThe mistreatment of First Nations children in residential schools was appalling – and racial injustices persist, say Indigenous academics Cindy Blackstock and Pamela Palmater

The discovery of mass unmarked graves in Canada has Indigenous people asking: how many more? | Cindy Blackstock and Pamela Palmater | The Guardian

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Despite all parties seeming to agree that what took place in Canada's residential school system was odious and wrong, we are seeing very little action taken to…

Melissa Mbarki: Residential school graves should be a call to action. Instead, we get bickering and infighting | National Post

Melissa Mbarki: Residential school graves should be a call to action. Instead, we get bickering and infighting | National Post

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Residential schools survivors recall a paramilitary lifestyle, waking early to pray, waiting rigidly in lines and enduring regular beatings

Carrots for a week for girl who tried to flee residential school: ‘People who run away are like rabbits’ | National Post

Carrots for a week for girl who tried to flee residential school: ‘People who run away are like rabbits’ | National Post

The following is a statement submitted by the Community Justice Centre regarding the discovery of the burial of 215 children at the site of Kamloops Residential School:The following is a statement submitted by the Community Justice Centre regarding the discovery of the burial of 215 children at the site of Kamloops Residential School:

Comox Valley’s Community Justice Centre releases statement regarding Kamloops Residential School discovery – Comox Valley Record

Musqueam, Nisga'a and Metis people took part in a second Richmond vigil to remember Indigenous children found at the Kamloops Indian Residential School.Shoes, toys and flowers have been brought to the library plaza in the wake of news of 215 Indigenous children found in unmarked graves in Kamloops.

Richmond vigil commemorates 215 Indigenous children - Richmond News

The system which operated between 1831 and 1996, removed about 150,000 Indigenous children from their families and brought them to Christian residential schools.The system which operated between 1831 and 1996, removed about 150,000 Indigenous children from their families and brought them to Christian residential schools.

‘We were always hungry’: Survivors recount life in Canadian residential schools | Globalnews.ca

Seventy-seven per cent of respondents agree there should be a national day of remembrance for residential school victims.Seventy-seven per cent of respondents agree there should be a national day of remembrance for residential school victims.

Strong majority support a national day of remembrance for residential school victims: survey | Globalnews.ca

Seventy-seven per cent of respondents agree there should be a national day of remembrance for residential school victims.

Strong majority support a national day of remembrance for residential school victims: survey | Globalnews.ca

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Surrey school district’s Aboriginal department provides resources on residential schools – Surrey Now-Leader

Snatched up in cattle carts and by bus, tens of thousands of indigenous children taken to Canadian residential schools run mostly by the Catholic Church lived a "paramilitary" lifestyle, waking early to pray, waiting rigidly in lines and enduring regular beatings, survivors said.Snatched up in cattle carts and by bus, tens of thousands of indigenous children taken to Canadian residential schools run mostly by the Catholic Church lived a "paramilitary" lifestyle, waking early to pray, waiting rigidly in lines and enduring regular beatings, survivors said.

No chance to be children: life in Canada’s residential schools | Reuters

34 per cent of respondents agreed that 'all of this happened so long ago, we should just acknowledge it, apologize, do nothing else and move on'

Discovery of 215 Indigenous graves had 'profound emotional impact' on Canadians, survey finds | National Post

Discovery of 215 Indigenous graves had 'profound emotional impact' on Canadians, survey finds | National Post

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The lawsuit was brought by Indigenous students known as "day scholars," who attended the notorious residential schools but returned to their homes at night.The lawsuit was brought by Indigenous students known as "day scholars," who attended the notorious residential schools but returned to their homes at night.

Ottawa reaches settlement in ‘day scholars’ class action, offers $10K to survivors - National | Globalnews.ca

HSN pathologist keen to help with study of Kamloops remains

‘We need to honour them’ | Sudbury Star

A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government involving hundreds of First Nations people left out of residential-school compensation.A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government involving hundreds of First Nations people left out of residential-school compensation.

Settlement reached on residential school 'day scholars' class-action lawsuit | CP24.com

Jayden Ned raising money for Indian Residential School Survivors SocietyJayden Ned raising money for Indian Residential School Survivors Society

Abbotsford man to run 215 km in memory of residential school victims – Chilliwack Progress

By Sally Barnes How sad that it took the discovery of the bodies of 215 […]

Horror in the name of God | Commentary - Huntsville Doppler

‘Opportunists trying to take advantage of a horrible tragedy is nothing new,” says Karla Laird‘Opportunists trying to take advantage of a horrible tragedy is nothing new,” says Karla Laird

T-shirt scammers falsely claim to support Indigenous causes, BBB warns – Kelowna Capital News

An investigation showed the address listed on Tee Toro’s website actually belongs to another online T-shirt company, which was hijacked to appear legitimate, the BBB said.An investigation showed the address listed on Tee Toro’s website actually belongs to another online T-shirt company, which was hijacked to appear legitimate, the BBB said.

Warning issued about scams capitalizing on tragedies impacting Indigenous Peoples - BC | Globalnews.ca

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In May, news from Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc that a large, unmarked burial place had been identified at the site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School (IRS) flooded Indigenous communities across . . .In May, news from Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc that a large, unmarked burial place had been identified at the site of the Kamloops Indian Residential School (IRS) flooded Indigenous communities across . . .

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A settlement in class-action for "day scholars" reached has been reached with federal government; includes Lejac and St. Joseph'sLejac, St. Joseph's included in settlement

Settlement in class-action for "day scholars" reached with federal government includes Lejac and St. Joseph's - Prince George Citizen

TORONTO — Snatched up in cattle carts and by bus, tens of thousands of indigenous children taken to Canadian residential schools run mostly by the Catholic…

No chance to be children: life in Canada's residential schools | National Post

No chance to be children: life in Canada's residential schools | National Post

Canada has reached a proposed settlement with a group of indigenous survivors of the now-defunct residential schools for the abuse they suffered, a federal minister said on Wednesday, ending a 14-year fight for justice. The settlement comes as the government is scrambling to deal with a national outcry after the remains of 215 indigenous children were discovered at a former residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia. The government has been under pressure to stop legally opposing indigenous people's requests for compensation and acknowledgement in court following the discovery.Canada has reached a proposed settlement with a group of indigenous survivors of the now-defunct residential schools for the abuse they suffered, a federal minister said on Wednesday, ending a 14-year fight for justice. The settlement comes as the government is scrambling to deal with a national outcry after the remains of 215 indigenous children were discovered at a former residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia. The government has been under pressure to stop legally opposing indigenous people's requests for compensation and acknowledgement in court following the discovery.

Canada proposes to settle indigenous lawsuit after discovery of children's remains

‘Opportunists trying to take advantage of a horrible tragedy is nothing new,” says Karla Laird‘Opportunists trying to take advantage of a horrible tragedy is nothing new,” says Karla Laird

T-shirt scammers falsely claim to support Indigenous causes, BBB warns – Quesnel Cariboo Observer

Jayden Ned raising money for Indian Residential School Survivors SocietyJayden Ned raising money for Indian Residential School Survivors Society

Abbotsford man to run 215 km in memory of residential school victims – Abbotsford News

‘Opportunists trying to take advantage of a horrible tragedy is nothing new,” says Karla Laird‘Opportunists trying to take advantage of a horrible tragedy is nothing new,” says Karla Laird

T-shirt scammers falsely claim to support Indigenous causes, BBB warns – Cranbrook Daily Townsman

A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government involving hundreds of First Nations people left out of residential-school compensation.A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government involving hundreds of First Nations people left out of residential-school compensation.

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