A northern Alberta First Nation says it has accomplished the primary part of floor penetrating radar in its seek for youngsters’s stays at a former residential faculty web site.
Kapawe’no First Nation, which is situated northwest of Edmonton, says in a written assertion that discovering any unmarked graves at Grouard Indian Residential Faculty, often known as St. Bernard Mission Faculty, is crucial to the neighborhood’s collective therapeutic.
The college was opened by the Roman Catholic Church in 1894 and closed about 60 years in the past.
Kapawe’no First Nation says the archeology division on the College of Alberta is main the challenge and a report on its findings must be completed by the top of the 12 months.
The First Nation says they’re additionally working with Treaty 8 First Nation to seek for unmarked graves at 10 different residential faculty websites in Treaty No. 8 Territory.
The assertion says the work has not acquired funding from the federal or provincial authorities.
The Indian Residential Faculties Disaster Line (1-866-925-4419) is out there 24 hours a day for anybody experiencing ache or misery because of their residential faculty expertise.
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