A tsunami of shame is building in this country over the discovery of yet another unmarked grave site
Until there is justice for all, there is truly justice for no one.
Two Métis children and an Inuit child, centre, pictured in 1930 at the All Saints Residential School in Shingle Point, Yukon. The grisly discoveries in Kamloops and at the former Marieval Indian Residential School in Saskatchewan are atrocious and important stories. But it shouldn’t take the discovery of unmarked graves holding God knows how many Indigenous children to jump-start a nation to face its shameful past and do something about it, writes Michael Harris. Photograph courtesy of Library and Archives Canada