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  • Société Historique de Saint-Boniface
    Le Centre du patrimoine : gardien du patrimoine francophone et métis de l’Ouest canadien.
  • The Shingwaulk Residential School Centre
    The Shingwauk Project is a cross-cultural research and educational development project of Algoma University and the Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association (CSAA).
  • Gabriel Dumont Institute
    Welcome to the Gabriel Dumont Institute. We are a Saskatchewan based educational institute serving Métis clients across the province.
  • The Healing Fund
    The fund is being used to support many innovative and effective programs in Aboriginal communities which are helping people in the healing process.
  • Indian Residential Schools
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada is responsible for addressing and resolving issues arising from the legacy of Indian Residential Schools and works with former students of Indian Residential Schools, Aboriginal organizations, church representatives, and the Courts, to oversee the timely and effective implementation of the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement.
  • Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement – Backgrounder
    Features an historical overview of the residential school system, the path to healing, the options that could be used to resolve claims, and an excerpt from the Statement of Reconciliation.
  • A Lost Heritage: Canada’s Residential Schools
    Video archives from the CBC on the Church-run, government-funded residential schools for native children who were supposed to prepare them for life in white society.
  • Legacy of Hope
    The purpose of this national, charitable organization is to educate and create awareness and understanding about the legacy, the effects and the intergenerational impacts of Indian residential schools.
  • National Residential School Survivors Society
    National Residential School Survivors Society represents First Nations, Inuit and Métis residential school survivors in working towards an Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement.
  • Residential School Claims
    Certified true copy of a resolution carried by the Council of the Canadian Bar Association at the Annual Meeting held in London ON, August 10-11, 2002.
  • Residential Schools: The Living Apology
    These pages gather information and resources dedicated to addressing the legacy of “Indian residential schools,” the primary mechanism through which new Canadians sought to assimilate the First Nations.
  • Residential School Syndrome – BC Medical Journal
    Residential school syndrome is a suggested diagnostic term that might be appropriately applied to survivors of the Indian residential school system.
  • Safeguarding the Future and Healing the Past
    The Government of Canada’s response to the Law Commission of Canada’s Report: Restoring Dignity: Responding to Child Abuse in Canadian Institutions, including an examination of the Indian residential schools issue.
  • Where are the Children? – Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools
    This website presents a wealth of historical and personal information on residential schools and their legacy, and was created by the Legacy of Hope Foundation, the Aboriginal Healing Foundation and Library and Archives Canada.