In an effort to shed light on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s findings on Canada’s Indian residential school system, The Hill Times is running excerpts from the final report over the next few days. This excerpt gives an overview of what it was like for Canadian Métis, people of mixed descent who were not able, or chose not, to be registered as Indians under the Indian Act, who suffered at residential schools. The text below has been edited for length.
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