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'If this isn’t a genocide, then what is it?': Indigenous residential school students honoured at Beechwood Cemetery

The 57,000 children estimated to have died at Canada’s Indian residential schools were symbolically reunited for the first time on Wednesday — the eve of the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day — at Beechwood Cemetery, as hand-painted wooden tiles, one for each child, were assembled into a single, large memory labyrinth. Read More
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