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Trent University professor Dr. John Milloy is one of Canada’s foremost experts on the residential school system — and he calls it the way he sees it. Dr. Milloy speaks with Canada’s History Associate Editor Nelle Oosterom in this video interview.
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Concordia University history professor Ronald Rudin is using digital storytelling to spread the voices of people who in 1969 were displaced from the area that became Kouchibouguac National Park in New Brunswick.
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