About 6,000 Indigenous children died at residential schools. – SaskToday.ca

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About 6,000 Indigenous children died at residential schools. – SaskToday.ca

by ahnationtalk on October 4, 2022141 Views

Canora Composite School students completed an array of projects including artwork, individual projects, posters, song writing, and novel studies in the week leading up to Truth and Reconciliation Day (Sept. 30).

It’s one thing to observe Truth and Reconciliation Day. It’s something quite different to actually learn what happened to residential school students.

Canora Composite School students completed an array of projects including artwork, individual projects, posters, song writing, and novel studies in the week leading up to Truth and Reconciliation Day (Sept. 30).

“I learned we had to acknowledge what has happened in the past in order to come to peace with each other,” said Meekah Unick, Grade 9.

CCS Staff members made bulletin boards, read Truth and Reconciliation books to their classes, and introduced lessons on reconciliation.

Read More: https://www.sasktoday.ca/central/canora-courier/ccs-presentation-details-residential-school-cultural-genocide-5907325

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