We need the Canadian Museum on Residential Schools now
An effective museum is costly, but forgetting what Canada has done to Indigenous children would be morally bankrupt, writes Rose LeMay.
Two Métis children with an Inuit child, pictured at the All Saints Residential School, Shingle Point, Yukon, 1930. A museum and memorial on residential schools would ensure that Canada never forgets what it did to Indigenous children from coast to coast to coast, writes Rose LeMay. Photograph courtesy of Library and Archives Canada