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Chief Wilton Littlechild

Chief Wilton Littlechild is a Cree lawyer, a former Progressive Conservative Member of Parliament, and a commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools.

Old Sun’s, Alberta, dormitory. Diseases such as tuberculosis could spread quickly in crowded dormitories. General Synod Archives, Anglican Church of Canada, P75-103-S7-167
Old Sun’s, Alberta, dormitory. Diseases such as tuberculosis could spread quickly in crowded dormitories. General Synod Archives, Anglican Church of Canada, P75-103-S7-167
Rita Evans went to the Grouard, Alberta, school for four years. Religious instruction and drudge work, with very little emphasis on classroom education, loom large in her memory of the school. Dechâtelets Archives, Oblates of Mary Immaculate collection
Rita Evans went to the Grouard, Alberta, school for four years. Religious instruction and drudge work, with very little emphasis on classroom education, loom large in her memory of the school. Dechâtelets Archives, Oblates of Mary Immaculate collection
On July 25, 1920, the Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories, school journal bleakly observed, 'We are obliged to return to their families several children who have been weakened by illness.' Canada, Department of Interior, Library and Archives Canada, PA-042133.
On July 25, 1920, the Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories, school journal bleakly observed, 'We are obliged to return to their families several children who have been weakened by illness.' Canada, Department of Interior, Library and Archives Canada, PA-042133.
Aboriginal family at the Elkhorn, Manitoba, school. Indian Affairs took the position that once parents enrolled their children in a residential school, only the government could determine when they would be discharged. General Synod Archives, Anglican Church of Canada, P75-103-S8-56.
Aboriginal family at the Elkhorn, Manitoba, school. Indian Affairs took the position that once parents enrolled their children in a residential school, only the government could determine when they would be discharged. General Synod Archives, Anglican Church of Canada, P75-103-S8-56.