Morning North | Sep 30, 2013 | 5:33

Exhibit about the legacy of residential schools in Canada

While residential schools are a part of Canada's past, for many people, the issue is still very present. An exhibition dealing with the subject can be seen at Laurentian University. We spoke with one of the organizers of the exhibit "100 Years of Loss".

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