After Pope’s apology, Canada’s indigenous survivors want compensation, records

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TORONTO, April 4 (Reuters) – Pope Francis’s long-awaited apology to Canada’s indigenous community for more than a century of abusive residential schools, many of them run by the Catholic Church, should be followed by millions of dollars in compensation and the release of residential school records, survivors and indigenous leaders said.Canada’s state-sanctioned schools forcibly separated…

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