By Kelly Geraldine Malone in Saskatoon ST. PAUL, ALBERTA- Nineteen anomalies have been located using ground-penetrating radar during a search for unmarked graves at the site of a former residential school northeast of Edmonton. Initial findings from the search at Blue Quills residential school describe the anomalies as reflections of interest, meaning they have traits consistent with burials but more analysis is needed. “This report details the results of what is the beginning of a long journey to find answers to what happened to the children who never came home from the residential school at the Blue Quills,” said the report released Wednesday. The search was organized by University nuhelot’?ne thaiyots’? nistameyimakanak Blue Quills, which is a First Nations-operated university at the site of the former residential school.
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