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Truth and Reconciliation - Luke Marston

The memory keeper. We talk to Coast Salish carver Luke Marston who created the bentwood box that's been travelling with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission

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Truth and Reconciliation - The Missing Children Project

March 15, 2012 - Gregor speaks to archeologist Alex Maass about 'The Missing Children Project' at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Port Alberni

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Truth and Reconciliation - Willie Blackwater

He's the most famous former student of the infamous Alberni Residential School But Willie Blackwater won't be testifying at the Truth and Reconciliation hearings on Vancouver Island. We hear why
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Voices from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings

Former students talk about their experiences in Indian residential schools, at the hearings in the Kwakiutl community of Fort Rupert on Tuesday. The hearings move to Campbell River for Thursday and Friday. Port Alberni and Duncan are also on the agenda, with a final stop in Victoria in April.
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Truth and Reconciliation - Anglican priest Lincoln McEwan

A church leader attended yesterday's Truth and Reconciliation hearing in Fort Rupert. We find out why he was there and what he heard from survivors of an Anglican-run residential school
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Truth and Reconciliation - Voices from Fort Rupert

Voices from the Fort Rupert Truth and Reconciliation hearings in February, including Barbara Johnson and Daisy Elliot 
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Truth and Reconciliation - Christine Wata Joseph

February 28, 2012 - The first of the Truth and Reconciliation hearings wrapped up today on North Vancouver Island. Almost two dozen residential school survivors testified at the two day event hosted by the Kwakiutl community at Fort Rupert. Christine Wata Joseph was there for the entire time. She is the community's traditional medicine woman, and one of the first to make a presentation yesterday morning

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Truth and Reconciliation - Davina Hunt (on All Points West)

February 27 - It's been an emotional week at the Truth And Reconciliation hearings in Port Hardy.They are listening to former residential school students tell their stories. Today, the commission heard from survivors at the the Kwakiutl First Nation at Fort Rupert. Davina Hunt is a band councillor and one of the key organizers of this event
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Residential school hearings open on Island

Truth and Reconciliation Commissioner Marie Wilson talks about the significance of the series of public hearings about native residential schools, getting underway today on Vancouver Island. The Commission is spending today and tomorrow as guests of the Kwakiutl Indian Band in Fort Rupert.
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Residential school reconciliation at Quamichan Middle School

Reconciliation in action. Reporter Catherine Rolfsen visits a Grade 7 class at Quamichan Middle School in Duncan, where a new course tackles the residential school legacy.
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