Aboriginal children at residential schools often buried in unmarked graves, report reveals

It never ceases to amaze me how people feel they have a right to force their religion upon others. And I’m not naive enough to think this was ONLY about religion — it was about power and control over others, with religion used as the means to do it.

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Residential School class Native children in a residential school.

by Marlene Leung, CTV News, Dec 15, 2015

Aboriginal children attending residential schools died at a higher rate than school-aged children in the general population, and were often buried in unmarked graves, according to the final report from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

The commission released its final report Tuesday afternoon, marking the culmination of six years of research and interviews with more than 6,000 residential school survivors and their families.

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