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CHARBONNEAU – Good memorials, bad memorials of residential schools

Headless statue of Sir John A. after being pulled down by vandals.

FIRST NATIONS SHOW THE WAY to reconciliation. Protestors with other agendas should pay heed.

In a transformative move, Indigenous Canadians have designated the residential schools that robbed them of their language, art and culture into historic sites.

Not just the school buildings themselves but the whole residential school system has been designated as an historic significance.

The recent move was a collaboration of The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) and its survivors circle, Parks Canada, and the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.

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David Charbonneau is a retired TRU electronics instructor who hosts a blog at http://www.eyeviewkamloops.wordpress.com.

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