Morning North | Jan 30, 2013 | 6:27

Justice Murray Sinclair of the TRC

People have been sharing their stories of residential school at the Truth and Reconciliation hearings in Fort Albany. CBC Reporter Megan Thomas spoke with the Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Justice Murray Sinclair.

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