During the seventh and final meeting of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission underway in Edmonton, thousands of aboriginal people will recount their painful and often disturbing experience of living at residential schools. video
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission will wrap up its final national event in Edmonton later today. video
Three years ago, CBC Radio host Shelagh Rogers was asked to participage in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as an honorary witness. She said yes but now admits she didn't really realize what she was signing up for.
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Truth and Reconciliation
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