MMIWG inquiry commissioners say education is key to reconciliation.
WINNIPEG — When Michèle Audette was growing up, Canada Day was not a celebration.
It left her feeling bitter.
The daughter of a Quebecois father and an Innu mother, Audette didn’t see herself in the school curriculum.
She didn’t see a recognition of Indigenous populations that existed for thousands of years in many of the places she lived.
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