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Is the Truth and Reconciliation Commission doing its job?

Truth and Reconciliation Commission Commissioner, Chief Warren Littlechild, looks on from behind a First Nation's bentwood box during a commission forum in Vancouver, B.C., on Thursday March 3, 2011. (Darryl Dick/CP)

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was created to learn the truth about what happened in  residential schools and to inform all Canadians about their findings. It is in Prince George Monday and Tuesday this week. It is an emotional process, but Queens University professor Sam McKegney has some questions about its effectiveness. He spoke with Betsy Trumpener.

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