Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joins residential school survivors, left to right, Frank Cote, Andrew Carrier, Laurie McDonald and Navalik Tologanak as they raise the Survivors’ Flag during a commemorative ceremony, Raising the Survivors’ Flag, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, June 21, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick OTTAWA- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raised a flag on Parliament Hill this morning to honour Indigenous people who were forced to attend residential schools. He said the Survivors’ Flag also serves as a daily reminder that some children never returned home from the schools. Trudeau added that reconciliation is the responsibility of all Canadians. The prime minister spoke in front of a crowd that included residential school survivors from around the country, telling them the church-operated, government-funded institutions were based on terribly
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