IL ARACROSS, Saskatchewan, Sept. 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — At the invitation of the elders and survivors of IL ARACROSS, President Charon will participate in a community memorial service on National Day of Truth. and reconciliation.
President Caron said: The fact that so many Metis his survivors are forgotten and neglected is an ongoing stigma that must be dealt with. ”
Although the Métis were officially recognized as a distinct indigenous people in the 1982 Constitutional Act, former students of both the Ile A La Crosse Boarding School and the Timber Bay/Montreal Lake Children’s Home, as well as Métis students, I lived all over the place. Homeland was excluded from formal recognition, compensation payments, and healing assistance by IRSSA.
The Metis National Council stands with the survivors of the Metis Nation – Saskatchewan and Ile A La Cross Boarding Schools. All survivors deserve recognition, compensation, and fair support in their deeply personal healing journey, regardless of the type of school they attended, who ran the school, or who funded it.
“We are in awe of the strength and grace of the Metis Survivors. “These survivors deserve justice and healing. It’s time for the Catholic Church, the federal government, and the state of Saskatchewan to join forces to do what’s right.” I did.”
MNC president joins survivors of Ile Alacros on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, The Canadian Business Journal
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