By Sidhartha Banerjee THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL- McGill University and a group of Indigenous elders have reached a deal to search for the possibility of unmarked graves at the former site of a Montreal hospital, following a court ruling described as precedent setting. The Mohawk Mothers allege there are bodies of Indigenous patients buried on and around the old grounds of the Royal Victoria Hospital, which McGill is renovating to expand its campus. “I’m glad that everybody agreed with that, and we all want this to happen and we’re going toward justice,” Kahentinetha, one of the Mohawk Mothers, said in an interview. “We always said we’re here for the children and we want justice for all the children.” The Mothers say they have uncovered evidence of
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