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Confronting the dark side of Canadian history
Indigenous people have spoken of deaths and unmarked graves at residential schools for years. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission also wrote a whole volume on the issue. Still, many Canadians are shocked. Today we look at why that is, with the hosts of the Secret Life of Canada.
The Secret Life of Canada: The people, places & stories that probably didn't make it into your textbooks
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