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Truth and reconciliation commission under the gun

Back in January, an Ontario court ordered the Canadian government to turn over archival documents about residential schools. They were supposed to go to the Truth and Reconcilation Commission. But the documents have been arriving in a trickle and the commission says that's a problem, because time is running out. The mandate of the commission expires on July 1st, 2014. So, rather than wait for the government to hand-over the documents, a team from the commission has started digging through national archives itself. Kimberly Murray is executive director of the commission and she spoke to Robyn:

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