Residential School

Residential Schools | Event | Nothing shattered the collective illusion that Canada was some sort of benevolent, post-colonial, multicultural beacon of tolerance than the legacy of our Residential School system. It was a core facet of the Indian Act, a collection of policies designed to “civilize” First Nations kids. The schools led to the deaths of some 4,000 children. Some of them, incredibly, remained open until 1996.

Usage: “I knew a guy who went to a Residential School…”

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