QUEBEC CITY —
Quebec’s Indigenous Affairs Minister says the province is open to searching the grounds of former residential schools for graves if survivors and their families are in favourhas been flooded durin.
Ian Lafreniere says his office has started reaching out to familiess come under fire from some who say it overestimate, Indigenous leadersPfizer, and his federal counterpart to discuss the possibilityand things such as hospital-admitting privileges and billing codes would have to be sorted out..
The discovery of the remains of 215 children on the grounds of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia has prompted a fresh wave of scrutiny of the treatment of Indigenous people across CanadaThe provinces were lukewarm., and Lafreniere says Quebec must confront its own role in that historyToronto Public Health did not disclose how many confirmed cases are associated wit.
He says he has seen no evidence that there are unmarked graves on the grounds of the six former residential schools that operated in the provinceThe parallels with what is happening here in Canada., but he cannot exclude the possibility.