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A Reply to Minister Marc Miller

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A Reply to Minister Marc Miller

We can accept Miller’s warning to accept whatever claim is made by an Indigenous community. Or we can ask questions. Sorry, Mr. Miller, but we choose the latter course.

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In Kamloops, Not One Body Has Been Found

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In Kamloops, Not One Body Has Been Found

At the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, so far not a single body has been found, writes Professor Jacques Rouillard. Nearby, the existing cemetery is located on the Indian Reserve itself ...

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The Imbecile Attack on Egerton Ryerson

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The Imbecile Attack on Egerton Ryerson

It is wrong to blame Egerton Ryerson for creating residential schools and too often ignored that Indigenous people themselves wanted government-funded schools. It was Chief Peter Jones, working with other prominent Methodists, who argued that the government should fund schools to educate Indigenous men .... 

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From Katyn to Kamloops

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From Katyn to Kamloops

Mass unmarked graves have evil connotations especially in the 20th century. But there is a vast gulf between Kamloops and Katyn, or Babi Yar — writes C.P. Champion

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Not Guilty: Sir John A. Macdonald & the Genocide Fetish

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Not Guilty: Sir John A. Macdonald & the Genocide Fetish

Genocide? Quite the contrary. Patrice Dutil explains why Sir John A. Macdonald is NOT GUILTY.

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