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19 Responses to “Indian Residential Schools in Canada the painful legacy”

  1. 4annadossantos Says:

    Just to see the dejection in those family shrubbery eyes breaks my heart! Oh, I am so so sorry for this shame that we have allowable in our broadcast! As a Canadian I want to question you absolution for this terrible sin committed hostile to you all.

  2. Mudhooks Says:

    if he was a inhabitant for even one day, he would be eligible. I don’t know if the deadline for concentration has voted for, even if. If he was a day apprentice or a apprentice who was income in a home position, or at a non-eligible teach, he isn’t eligible. But if he was in fact a inhabitant who was admitted to a teach enclosed by the agreement, he would be eligible. Who told him he wasn’t eligible?

  3. PunkPrincess13itch Says:

    Thankfully my dad ran away , saved his money &ran to the next-door busstation(miles away) &tooka bus to winnipeg where he raised me, he attended there nomore then 6 months &is not eligible for the housing teach survivor money, that is okay even if since no amount of money will exchange our lost polish, his brothers and sisters attended there longer and they are now mentally dishonest and re-fuse to teach their foreign language asif they never knew it ,we will neverhave justice in a white man world :'(

  4. musicbystarlee Says:

    they indifferent all and any family tree from their homes………..

  5. ownzz33 Says:

    there was one guy who went to this place when he was 4 years ancient a child..

  6. MsRedqueen Says:

    My care for went to one of those schools. Language of the inheritance. We have to talk about the suicide rates of natives since then and now. I know that the Canadian regime is only collectively with natives that live on reservations. Not natives who are mixed, or Metis, or have married non natives or no longer live on reservations. Life anticipation is a diffecult thing to judge. How many really didn’t make it home, or were kaput beings when they did? How are thier family tree, now? I’m not ok.

  7. WarriorOfTheOldWays1 Says:

    Before to supporter there was no smallpox, syphillis and many other illnesses.Also there were no carcinogens being bent from mining and manufacturing.

  8. MusicLuver78901 Says:

    wow that bishop is such an idiot, many family tree died in those schools and revolting crimes happened in these hellholes!!! Really, as a Canadian, I am ashamed to say that these crimes happened in my broadcast. I want to make an description to all the aboriginals who have suffered in those schools and I want to thank all the aboriginals such as Louis Riel who fought for the civil rights of broadcast. And there were A LOT of terrible equipment that happened in those wretched schools.

  9. SerenityBunni Says:

    My grandmother said her expierience there was fantastic. my dad’s was torture 🙁

  10. Mudhooks Says:

    Just so.

  11. TheBrradsullivan Says:

    …well we know native life anticipation jumped from 40 to 65 in a age group but when you take into accound the millions who lost their lives via war, disease and whom are still dying early due to substance abuse and violence it does make the whole issue a topic of perspective. plus you have to question physically are the comforts of bestow notes wealth really worth ones self? i dont reckon so, id very live with function and die young then stagger on the border of a welfare state

  12. Mudhooks Says:

    Mortality rates are privileged and life-anticipation lower in First populations than other populations in a roundabout way the US and Canada.

  13. Mudhooks Says:

    It would depend on where and when. Indeed, life was tough for most first peoples before to and after supporter and hasn’t automatically stuck-up. Deaths from Smallpox, Measles, and Syphilis are estimated in the millions diffusion out from Pizzaro’s first explorations of what would eventually be converted into the USA, some of these broadcast never having SEEN a White self. But then, my partner’s grandmother lived to 106 and her sister to 104. It’s all relation.

  14. Mudhooks Says:

    That bishop was just convicted of possession of child pornography, himself.

  15. TheBrradsullivan Says:

    id like to know what the life anticipation was of these broadcast before to and after european arrival

  16. dramaqueen465 Says:

    Oh, and I forgot to add how they very ill-treated orphans (terrible circumstances in orphanages).

  17. dramaqueen465 Says:

    I just plotting about a touch. In the 1800s and early 1900s European were doing terrible equipment to their own family tree back home in Europe. Child labour, family tree effective in factories, being starved and beaten. If they could barely spot with with their poor now marvel they could not spot with with a additional race of broadcast. Its very sad really.

  18. crackparty Says:

    And most of the broadcast of canada still bitch about our aboriginals, call them drunks, don’t hire them since they reckon they’re drug addicts, and call them down any chance they get. They also judge all they do is leech money off the regime. The corporal butchery of the first broadcast might be a thing of the past, but there is still a mass amount of hatred and racism going on towards them. It’s sad really.

  19. Blaksparkle1 Says:

    my grandma also told me a lot of dreadful tales of her times in there.. of how “priests” would get the other lil boys to go and rape their female students.. any that, or boy on boy, female on femalel.. you name it… no matter what thing you could maybe reckon of took place.

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