Pope Francis apologizes to Indigenous delegates for 'deplorable' abuses at residential schools

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"Catholic Church must ‘address deniers’ following apology"

Senator Murray Sinclair, Commissioner of Truth and Reconciliation Commission Response.


Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Ambassador of Reconciliation Canada. 

He always has appropriate words and a strong message.

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Pope’s apology incomplete, but it’s a start, say leaders


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Indigenous dancer calls performance for Pope 'spiritual'

A world-renowned dancer from Saskatchewan who performed in front of the Pope in Rome called the moment “spiritual” and “very emotional.”  Watch Kevin Haywahe's interview on CTV's Indigenous Circle program.


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Call Me Indian

Call Me Indian

Fred Sasakamoose, torn from his home at the age of seven, endured the horrors of residential school for a decade before becoming one of 120 players in the most elite hockey league in the world. He has been heralded as the first Indigenous player with Treaty status in the NHL, making his official debut as a 1954 Chicago Black Hawks player on Hockey Night in Canada and teaching Foster Hewitt how to pronounce his name. Sasakamoose played against such legends as Gordie Howe, Jean Beliveau, and Maurice Richard.