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Remembering the internment of Japanese-Canadians, in photos

Large Barn, Site of Tashme Internment Camp, Sunshine Valley British Columbia, 2013  by Leslie Hossack.jpgInspired by Ottawa writer Frances Itani's novel Requiem, photographer Leslie Hossack set out to tell the story of the internment of Japanese-Canadians in her own way. Many of the photographs in Registered: The Japanese Canadian Experience During World War II are of buildings, like this barn at the site of Tashme Internment Camp in the British Columbia interior. Stu Mills spoke with Leslie Hossack about the exhibition.
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