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Did Canada hear its residential school survivors?

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Next week will mark the end of government funding to investigate the truth and impact of residential schools through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC). The TRC's goals were to educate Canadians about this dark part of our history and support the healing of residential school survivors.

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