Former Indian residential school employee charged with abusing boys
A man who worked at an Indian residential school in northern Saskatchewan is charged with abusing boys at that institution.
Paul Leroux was a dormitory supervisor at the Beauval Indian Residential School in the 1960s.
He's accused of indecent assaults against 13 boys who attended the school at that time, the RCMP said
The victims were between three and 18 years old at the time.
Police started their investigation three years ago.
Leroux is now 70 years old and living in Vancouver. He's scheduled to make his first court appearance next month in Beauval.