June 17, 2021

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Justin Trudeau calls on the Catholic Church to recognize its “responsibility” after the remains of 215 aboriginal children were found at a former boarding school

The former boarding school in Kamloops, British Columbia, where the remains of school children were located, was run by the Catholic Church between 1890 and 1969.

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday, June 4, refused to recognize the Catholic Church. “Responsible” And his “Part of the crime “ In the administration of residential schools in Canada. Calls by tribal groups to apologize to Pope Francis have increased in recent days following the discovery of the remains of 215 aboriginal children at the site of a former boarding school in western British Columbia run by the Catholic Church on behalf of the government.

Justin Trudeau invites Canadian Catholics to speak with their priests and bishops “The Catholic Church has its responsibility, the role of her guilt, above all, (she) must be there, so we know the truth..

No apology from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

The former boarding school in Kamloops, British Columbia, was raided last week by radar and the remains of school children were held by the Catholic Church between 1890 and 1969. About 150,000 Native Americans, Medes and Inuit children are forcibly forced into 139 such boarding schools across the country, where they are cut off from their families, language and culture. In 2015, a National Commission of Inquiry called for the organization “Cultural Genocide”.

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops on Monday estimated the remains found near the old Kamloops boarding school. “It simply came to our notice then“And shared his “Deep Tragedy”, But without a formal apology. The head of state added that his government was ready to take over if needed “Strong measures”, Including Is legal, To force the church to return the documents requested by the families of the victims.

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