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Catholic Church Calls Justin Trudeau ‘Uninformed’ Amid Demands It Release Residential School Records
All because the prime minister asked the Church to release residential school records—something the Church says it's done, but others say it hasn't.
The prime minister is asking the Church to “step up” as UN human rights experts and Canadian lawyers call for a criminal investigation into both Canada and the Catholic Church after 215 Indigenous children were found buried under a residential school.
Pope Francis has remained silent. But as a Cree Anglican Archdeacon says, churches can and should share their buildings and money with Indigenous communities.
As people mourn the lost lives of 215 children who were found buried under a residential school, Kenney defended the legacy of Canada's first prime minister, calling him “imperfect” but a “great leader.”
Catholic Church 'Shocked' at Discovery of Remains of 215 Indigenous Children But Takes No Responsibility
Indigenous leaders, community members, and allies are calling on Canada and the Church to reckon with their racist legacies.