Canada at 150: Many Indigenous people see little reason to celebrate

​After surviving 11 years in a residential school with art as his only escape, 19-year-old Alex Janvier was ready for freedom. But in mid-1950s Canada, freedom still depended on the colour of one's skin.

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"I don't have to celebrate," says Alex Janvier an Indigenous artist who survived 11 years in a residential school. (Lydia Neufeld/CBC)